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One of the publications recommended by the Royal Commission 
appointed for the examination of the Siuart Papers in its second 
report in the year 1827 was a work which should contain^ 
inler alia, a full account of the Grants of Honour, Peerages, 
Baronetcies, and Knighthoods bestowed upon the adherents of 
the Stuarts by James 11 after his abdication, and by his son 
and grandson. Some progress was made by the Commission 
towards the carrying out of this recommendation ; but the dis- 
solution of the Commission in 1829^ and the death of the King 
the following year, seems to have brought it £0 an abrupt close. 
A few additions to the collections of Mr. Pulman made by 
Mr. Glover, lately librarian to the Queen at Windsor, are all 
the indications which remain to show that the project did not die 
with the Commission. The interest awakened by the publica- 
tion in the Times of aSth December 1864 of some passages from 
the Siuart Papers relating to Prince Charles Edward shows, 
however, that there are many persons and families for whom 
this proposed publication would have more than an antiquarian 
value ; whilst it needs must possess a peculiar value for heralds 
and genealogists. 

*The Commissioners add, after speaking of the valuable 
genealogical material to be found in the warrants for the house- 
hold, other civil appointments, the naval and military commis- 
sions, and the appointments and instructions of the agents at 
foreign courts, the following : — 

' '* The Certificates of Gentility are very numerous, and appear 
*' to have been issued in reward for services and with a view 
** to secure to the individuals, who are the objects of them, 
" certain privileges, which in France and Italy were limited to 
" persons who were of the class of noblesse : many of these 



' *' documents contain considerable genealogical details, which 
' " are curious, if not important, as matters of family interest,'" 
— Extract from a letter of B. B. Woodward, the Queen's librarian 
at Windsor Castle, in NoUs and Queries for 27th January 1866. 

Appended to the same letter was the list drawn up by the 
Royal Commissioners of those persons who were known to have 
received titles from the Stuarts, and Mr. Woodward invited 
information to enable him to prepare a Jacobite Peerage. 

He does not, however, appear to have proceeded with the 
matter^ and nothing more was done until 1897, when in the 
course of hts address to the Scottish History Society at Edin- 
burgh on the 23rd November Lord Rosebery said : — 

' Before the history of the Stuarts can be written there is a 
■ book which must be compiled, and which will not easily be 
' compiled. I suppose you all know the book called Haydn's 
' Book of Dignities, which has been continued in a later edition 
' by Mr. Ockerly, and published by Messrs. Allen and Sons. It 
' contains all the prominent honours and dignities and ministries 
' which have been conferred by the monarchy during the whole 
' period of our history ; but what is wanted is a book of those 
' dignities that were conferred by the Stuarts after their de- 
' parture from England in 1689. During almost all that time 

* they had their Secretaries of State, their peerages, their knight- 
' hoods, and dignities, and a list of that kind would be of the 
' most invaluable assistance to any historian of the Stuarts* I 

* quite admit that the first edition might not be a very complete 
' book, because E can see there would be some difficulty in the 
' compilation ; but the first edition would bring out so many sug- 

* gestions, and put their editor on the track of so many papers, 
' that the second, third, and fourth editions would be works of 

* incalculable value to historians. I dare say you may say, What 

* is the use of such a book when the dignities died with the 
' people, and when they were not of much interest while they 
' existed ? But that is not the fact. Historians, with all respect 

* be it said to them, are not sufficiently careful in matters of 
' detail. They do not give us the actual date of resignations of 
' power and accessions to power, and in the majority of histories, 



* if anybody wishes to read them accurately, they have to read 
' them with some sort of calendar of dignities with exact dates 
' by their side. And I think with such a book as I suggest 
' there is also this to be said, that whereas dignities and minis- 
' tries are perhaps of an ephemeral interest when conferred by 
' dynasties that are actually existing, there is an element of 
' sympathetic pathos about them when they represent nothing 
' but a faded, abdicated, and banished past. I am not sure that 
' the whole calendar of the melancholy Court of the Stuarts, 

* their shadowy Secretaries of State, and their purely nominal 

* dignities, would not be of greater interest both for the historian 
' and the student of human nature than that book of Haydn's 
' to which I have referred^ which tells you of those who enjoyed 

* power and substantial reign.' 

In the present work an attempt has been made to carry out 
the suggestions of the Royal Commission and Lord Rosebery, 
and though the Editor is fully aware that there are many who are 
much better qualified to deal with the subject than he is, still he 
ventures to hope that the present work may be found of some 
assistance to historians of the Stuart period, and to a certain 
extent supply the want long felt, as is shown by the numerous 
letters and inquiries in the various genealogical and antiquarian 
publications for some work of the kind. 

The titles treated of are those which were conferred by James 
u and VII and his son and grandson after the Revolution of 1688, 
and in the majority of cases the particulars, which are now for 
the first time published, are taken direct from the Warrant Books 
(five in number) among the Siuart Papers at Windsor Castle. 
These Warrant Books, however, are unfortunately not complete, 
and do not contain the patents of some well-known titles. 
Particulars concerning these are taken from the correspondence 
or from the authorities quoted. In a few other cases it is difficult 
to determine the remainder owing to the warrant not being 
entered in full. 

The first part contains an alphabetical list of all titles known 
to have been conferred between the 11th December 1688, the 
date on which James u and vii was (by the English Convention) 
b ix 


declared to have abdicated the throne, and the 4th November 
1784, the date of the last title conferred by Charles m (Prince 
Charles Edward). The Editor has ventured to follow very 
closely the plan adopted by G. E. C. in Xke Complete Peerage^ 

A biographical and genealogical account, as far as obtainable, 
is given of each peer and baronet, together with the names of 
their children, except in the cases of those peers who appear 
under some other title in the current peerages. In these cases it 
has been thought unnecessary to set out their descendants further 
than was necessary to show the descent of the title. 

The names of all the titles held by each peer are given, 
together with the date of the creation, and the letters E, S, I, 
G B, and U K are added to show whether the Peerages are 
English, Scottish, or Irish, or those of Great Britain or the 
United Kingdom. 

The Jacobite titles are printed throughout in italics. 

It is possible that further researches may bring to light some 
more creations, but as far as the Editor has been able to ascer- 
tain, the total number of persons who received hereditary titles 
from the Stuarts during these ninety-six years was one hundred 
and twelve,' and the total number of titles conferred some two 
hundred and fourteen. Of these, however, ninety-one were 
merely minor titles (z'.e. a Barony conferred with a Viscounty, or 
a Barony and Viscounty conferred with an Earldom, etc.), so 
that the actual number of distinct titles granted was only one 
hundred and twenty three,® and as four of these, viz. the Earl- 
doms of Bath [E] and Inverness [S], and the Baronies of Castle 

1 The difference between the number of persons (one hundred and twelve) who 
received titles and the number of distinct titles (one hundred and twenty- three) con- 
ferred is made Op ss follows ' the £art of Melfort received two, a Scottish Dukedom 
and an English Baron/ ; the Ear} of Mar received three, a Scottish Dukedom, an Irish 
Dukedom, and an English Earldom ; John Gramme received two, a Scottish Baronetcy, 
and afterwards an Earldom ; Lord Lansdown two, an English Earldom, and afterwards 
a Dukedom ; the Hon. John Hay three, a Scottish Earldom, and afterwards a Dukedom 
and an English Barony ; Colonel Daniel O'Brien two, an Irish Barony, and afterwards 
an Earldom ; Owen O'Rourke two, an Irish Barony^ and afterwards a Viscounty ; Peter 
Redmond two, an English Baronetcy and an Irish Darony ; and the Hon. A. Dillon 
two, a Scottish Earldom and an Irish Viscounty. 

' During the same period two hundred and ninety-two Peerages or steps m the 
peerage were conferred by the reigning sovereigns. 



Lyons and O'Rourke [1], were subsequently merged In the 
Dukedoms of Albemarle [E] and Inverness [S], and the Earldom 
of Lismore and Viscounty of Breffney [I] respectively, the total 
number is reduced to one hundred and nineteen,* viz. eighty- 
five' Peerages and thirty-four Baronetcies^' of which twenty-six 
(twenty-five Peerages and one Baronetcy) were conferred by 
James ii and vii, ninety (fifty-nine Peerages and thirty-one 
Baronetcies) by James iii and viii, and three (one Peerage and 
two Baronetcies) by Charles iii.* 

Of these one hundred and nineteen titles, thirty-seven were 
English, forty-one Scottish, and forty-one Irish. 

Dealing with the EngUsh titles first, it is not known whether 
representatives still exist of the seven Baronetcies and of the 
thirty Peerages, of which five were conferred on pre- Revolution 
peers, four on post-Revolution peers, five on Scottish peers, and 
one on a post-Revolution Irish peer : twenty-five are extinct, of 
one (Baron Kilpee) nothing is known, and of the remaining four, 
one (Earl of Jersey) is merged in the post-Revolution Earldom 
of the same name, and two others (Earldoms of Falkland and 
Westminster) are held by the Scottish Lords Falkland and 
Elibank, so that the only actual addition is the Viscounty of 
Goring. See Table I, p. xv. 

In Scotland the declaration declaring James to have abdicated 
the throne was not made until the 4th April 1689^ and the first 
title conferred by him after that date was the Dukedom of 
Melfortj created 17th April 1694. He had in the intervalj how- 
ever, between the nth December 1688 and 4th April 1689, 
conferred one title, that of Countess of Almond, on 3rd January 
1689. Of the twenty-nine Scottish Peerages, of which six were 

' The evidence for the creation of five of Ibese, however, viz. Marquis of Trelessick 
[E], Earl of O'Callaghaa [I], Baron Loughmore [I], Barcn Kilpee [£], aad Robertson 
of Struan, Baronet [S], ts CKtremely slender- 

' Of these eighly-fii't;* nineteen were conferred an holders of pre-Rcvoluiion and five 
on holders of posi-Revolution Peerages (see Tables I, II, III), and one on the heir- 
apparent of the (prc-Revolinion) Earl and (post- Revolution) Duke of AthoIK 

" Two pf these, Graeme [S] nnd Redtnond [EJ, were afterwards created peers. 

* His brother and heir, Henry ix (the Cardinal Duke of York), is not known to have 
conferred any titles. 



conferred on p re-Revolution peers, nine are extinct, of four it is 
not known whether heirs exist or not, and of the sixteen existing, 
five are held by actual Scottish peers, two (Earl of Dillon and 
Baron Sleat) by Irish Peers (Viscount Dillon and Lord Mac- 
donald), and one (Earl of Dunbar) by the Earl of Mansfield 

The net addition to the peerage would therefore be but 
seven. See Table II, p. xvi. 

In Ireland, James remained de facto as well as dejure King 
until the battle of the Boyne, 12th July 1690, and between nth 
December 1688 and this date he created seven Irish peers,' con- 
cerning whom G. E. C. says in Tke Complete Peerage, vol. i. p. 60 : 

* Such Irish Peerages, however, as were created by James 11 in 

* 1689 — at a time when he was in full possession of all his Regal 

* Rights as King of Ireland, all of which creations, moreover, 
' were duly enrolled on the Patent Rolls of that Kingdom, from 

* which they have never been erased — stand in a very different 

* category from other Peerages created by that King since his 

* (so called) "abdication" of the throne of England on iilh 
' December 1688/ These creations were, however, not recog- 
nised by William of Orange or by his successors.' The first 
creation by James after the battle of the Boyne would seem to 
have been the Viscounty of Cahiravahilla. Taking the twenty- 
six Irish Peerages, it will be seen that fourteen are extinct, of the 
heirs of eight nothing is known, and the remaining four are all 
vested in actual Irish peers. See Table III, p. xvii. 

The total number of Jacobite Peerages of which representa- 
tives are known to exist is therefore twenty-three, and as the 

* Viz. one Duke (Tyrconnell), three Viscounts (KenmaTC, Mountcashell, and Mount 
Leinster), and three Barons (Fition of Gosworth, Bourke of Uoi]liin, find Nugent of 
Riverston). Of these, TyrcontielU Mountcashell, Mount Leinster, and Fiiton of 
Gosworth became extinct oa the death of the grantees, Bourke of Uophin and Nugent 
of Riverston merged in the Earldoms of Clanricarde and Wcstmeaih in 1705 and 1S71 
respectively, and the fifth (Jacobite) Viscount Kenmare, was in 1798 created a peer by 
Georj;e iii, by the same titles which had been confened on his ancestor by James n 
and VII one hundred and nice years before. 

' Seep. 131, note 3. 



representatives of fourteen of these are actual peers, the net 
addition to the peerage would be but nine* 

The second part contains lists of the Knights created by the 
Stuarts, of persons to whom certificates of noblesse were granted, 
of the Household, Diplomatic, and Consular appointments, of the 
Catholic Archbishops, Bishops, and Vicars-ApostoIic nominated 
by James ii and vii and James iii and viii, and of those who 
received Naval and Military Commissions, etc. etc. It will be 
observed that the list of Irish Bishops considerably supplements 
that given in Gam's Series Episcoporuni EccUsus Caikoiic(s, and 
makes it clear that the Stuarts maintained and exercised their 
right of nomination to the Irish churches and to the English 
and Scottish vicariates for over three-quarters of a century after 
the Revolution, James ni and viii nominating Philip MacDavett 
as Bishop of Derry on 21st December 1765, only ten days before 
his own death. 

The lists of the Household, Diplomatic, and Consular 
appointments, and of those who received Naval and Military 
Commissions, only contain the particulars found among the 
Stuart Papers, and could doubtless be considerably supplemented 
from other sources. 

It may appear to many that some apology is needed for this 
work, treating as it does of titles which are neither claimed nor 
used,' which died with the dynasty by whom they were con- 
ferred, and which are now at most merely of historical interest 
Still, though this be the case, the representatives of the families 
here treated of, no matter to which side their sympathies may 
incline^ are surely justly entitled £0 be proud of the titles that 
were won by their ancestors for loyalty to the Princes whom 
they regarded as their rightful sovereigns. 

In dealing with these titles the Editor has endeavoured to 
avoid any expression of opinion, confining himself merely to 
chronicling facts. It is true he has accorded their kingly styles 
lo the son and grandsons of James 11 and vii, but in a work of 

' The last Jacobite title known to have been mtA wu ib^tt of Earl Walsh, which 
became extinct 3371! January i&Sc^ 



this nature 2. different course could hardly have been pursued, 
and he would point out that a similar course is followed as 
regards James iii and viii in the Calendar of Stuart Papers 
issued by the Historical Manuscripts Commission; indeed, it is 
difficult to see on what grounds it can be refused him, when it 
is remembered that he was recognised as a sovereign by the 
Continental powers, and that his ambassadors were received and 
the titles he conferred recognised by them. 

In conclusion, the Editor desires to thank all those who have 
so kindly assisted him while preparing this work. His thanks 
are particularly due to Mr. F. H. Blackburne Daniell, the editor 
of the Stuart Papers, both for his assistance in obtaining per- 
mission to inspect the papers and for his uniform kindness and 
courtesy to him when making extracts ; to the French Minister 
of War and to M, Lequeux, Consul- General of France in London, 
for furnishing him with statements of the services of the Jacobite 
officers in the French army ; and to Mr, W, B. Blaikie, author of 
The Itinerary of Prince Charles Edward, for much assistance 
concerning the Highland chiefs of the '45 period. He is also 
indebted for many valuable notes to G. E. Cokayne, Clarenceux 
King'of-Arms ; Sir James Balfour Paul, Lyon King-of-Arms ; 
and Sir Arthur Vicars, K.C.V.O., Ulster King-of- Arms ; and 
he has to thank Mr. Keith Murray for a note of the minor titles 
conferred with the Dukedom of Rannoch. 


The following dates may be found useful when consulting 
this work : — 

James ii and vn died at St. Germains, i6th September 1701, 

and was succeeded by his son, 
James hi and viii, (Chevalier de St. George), who died at 

Rome, ist January 1766, and was succeeded by his son, 
Charles hi, (Prince Charles Edward), who died at Rome, j././., 

31st January 1788, and was succeeded by his brother, 
Henry ix and l (Cardinal Duke of York), who died at Rome, 

J./., 13th July 1807. 



PREFACE ^^^^^^^^^^H 


TABLE 1 ^^^^^^^^^^^^1 

^^^ ENGLISH ^^^^^^^^H 


Kame of Title, 

[f cocferred on > Peer, 

existing or ^^^^^^^^^^| 





Marquis of Powis [E], 



Albemarle, , 

... ih.. 



Northumberland, . 

Marquis (1715) and Baron 

{1544) Wliarton[E]. 







Earl of Afraji (1693) \\\ 

)75S- ^^H 


Sir afford, 

Earl of Strafford (1711) 

1691. ^H 


York, . 

1807. ^H 





ondeathof grantee, ^^H 


Dover, . 

Lord Dover (1685) [E], . 

i;oS. ^^k 



... ... 

1698. ^^^H 



... ... 

1&29. ^^^H 


Mdr mouth 




Bolingbrokc, . 

Viscount BollngbrQke(i 712) 

Do wager-Countes so f J c r sey 

(1697) [EJ. 
Earl of Jersey (1697) [E}, - 
Ear|arMar{!liS)[S], . 



Jersey (Count? ss), . 



Jersey, . 

present Earl of Jersey [E]. ^^^^^| 


extinct 1766. ^^^^H 


Chester, , 


1734. ^^^H 


North, . 

Lord Nortb (1554) and Grey 

('673) [E]. 
Viscount Falkland (1620) 


^734- ^^^1 



present Viscount Falkland ^^^^| 
apparently extinct 1841. ^^^^H 

17 ? 

Macclesfield, . 


Westminster, . 

... ... 

present Lord Elibanlc [5]. ^^^^H 


Goring, . 

... 1.1 

present Sir Henry Goring^, ^^^^| 
Baronet [EJ. ^^^| 


Cleworth {Duke of 

Melfort [S]). 

Ear! of Melfort (1686) [S], 

extinct 1902. ^^H 




Viscount Preston (1681) [S], 

1739- ^H 


Kilpee, . 



f6 ? 

Borlase pf Mitchell, 

... ... 

1709- ^H 


Caryllof Durford, , 

• >. 

apparently extinct 17SS. ^^^| 




175^^ ^H 


Oglethorpe, , 


extinct 1785. ^^H 

17^7 Hay(DukeafInver- 



ness [S]). 





Ashton, . 




Rqiichi, . 




Redmond (Baron 



Redmond [I]). 




Ronchi, . 







Butler, . 















Nune of Title. 

If conferred on a Peer. 

If existing or extinct. 



Melfort (Baron 

Perth, . 

Earl of Melfort (1686} [S], 

extinct 1902. 


Earl of Perth (i6os)[S], . 

present Viscount Strath- 

alUn [SI 
present Earl of Mar [S]. 


Mar (Earl [£] and 

Duke [I]). 
CasUeblanco and 

Earl of Mar (ins) [S], • 


..• ... 

present heir in Spain. 

St. Andrews. 



Marquis of TuUybardine, 
son and heir of Duke 
(1703) and Marquis 

present Duke of AthoU [S] 


Inverness (Baron 


extinct 174a 


Eraser, . 

Lord Lovat (1464) [S], . 

„ 181 5. 


Albany, . 


*•• ••• 

» 1789. 




Earl of Seaforth ( 1623) [S], 

» 181 5, 


Almond (Countess), 

•■• ••• 

„ on death of grantee, 


Almond, . 

,,, ... 



Dundee, . 

... ... 



Dunbar, . 


present Earl of Mans- 
field [G B]. 


Naime, , 

Lord Naime (i68i)[S], . 

present E^l of Dun- 


Dillon (Viscount 
DiUon [11). 


more [S]. 
present \^scount Dillon [1} 


AGTord, . . 

a*. ... 

extinct 1773, 


Clanranald (Bss.), . 

... ... 

H 1743- 
A. D. Macdonald of Clan- 



.., >•* 





Capt. Norman MacLeod 
of that ilk. 




E. R. Macdonell of Glen- 




Sir Fitzroy D. Maclean, 
Baronet [S]. 



... ... 

Lord MacDonald [1]. 


Mackintosh, . 

... ... 

Col. A. D. Mackintosh. 


Lochiel, . 


Donald Cameron of 

1 721 

Grant, . 


present Earl of Seafield [S]. 


Fraser of Mucfaalls, 


present Lord Lovat [SI 


Sempill, . 




Appin, . 


R. B. Stewart of Appin. 



extinct 1847. 



TABLE I I — continued 


Name of Title, 

If conferred 

on a Peer. 

If existing 01 extinct 






Bancatyne MacLeod, [.C.S. 


Robertson of Fas- 






RobensoD of Struan, 


A. S, Robertson of Stmaa. 


Grxme (Earl of 


extinct 1773- 



• ■• 



Ramsay, . 





■ •• 

extinct 175 1. 


MacCrcgar, . 

■ ■< 



Macdonell of Kep- 




Hay, . . . 




Hay. . . . 



Stuart, . 





Name of Title. 

Ef confened on a Peer. 

If ezistiDg or extinct. 





Mar (Duke [S] and 
Earl [1]). 

Lucan, . 

Oglethorpe (Ctss), - 
Browne, . 

O'CaJlagban, . 
Walsh, . 

Moenmoyne, , 

Lismore, . 


Mount Leinster^ 
Cahiravahilla, . 

Earl of Tyrconnell ( 168 5)[11, 
£arl of MarCiiisXS], 


extinct 1691. 
» 17^6- 

H I7»9- 
„ 174a 
„ 1776. 
heir probably in Kussia or 

extinct 18S4. 
.. 1830. 
apparently extinct 1789. 

present Earl of Kenmare 

extinct 1094- 
II 1709. 



TABLE II l^-imtinned 


Name ofTitle. 

If conferred 

on a Peer. 

If exuting or extinct. 

Viscounts— amtd. 


Dillon, . 



pnwmt Viscount Dillon [l\ 

172 1 




apparently extinct before 

extinct 174a 


Everardf . 




Breffiiey, . 




heir probably in Austria. ' 


Finon of Gosforth, . 



extinct 1698. 


Bonrlce of Dophm, . 



present Marquis of Clann- 

present Earl of West- 



Nugent ofRiverston, 




Loaghmore, . 
Hooke, . 






extinct 1744. 


Butler, . 





Bourke, . 





Crone, . 






mojne [I]). 



extinct 183a 






Wogan, . 



Baron Tannequy de 


O'Brien, . 





Higfpni, . 








extinct 1746. 


CVGara, . 




Hely, . , . 





Worth, . 





Forstai, . 





Gaydon, . 










Warren, . 



extinct 1775. 







0*SnlIivan, . 



extinct 1895. 



AIRD, Viscount of the [S], 

i,e. ^ AiRD^ Viscounty of the (Fraser), created 14th March 
1740, with ^Fraser,' Dukedom of, which see; extinct 8th 
December 181 5. 

ALBANY, Duchess of [S], 

I. CHARLOTTE STUART, illegitimate daughter of King 
Charles ni, by Clementina, Countkss of Alberstrof [H.R.H.], 
youngest of the ten daughters of John Walkinshaw of Camlachie 
and Barrowfield, co. Lanark, by his third wife, Katharine, daughter 
of Sir Hugh Paterson of Bannockburn, Baronet [S], was born and 
baptized at Lidge, in the parish church of ' la Bienheureuse Vierge 
' Marie des Fonts,' 29th October 1753,* educated at the Abbey of 
Notre Dame de Meaux in Brie, was on or before 23/24 March 
1783 created Duchess of Albany [S] by her father, being so 
styled in his will of that date, and was legitimated, 30th March 
following, by a deed recorded in the Parliament of Paris, 6th 
September 1787. She joined her father at Florence, October 
1784, and on St, Andrew's Day was invested with the green 
ribbon as a K.T. She died unmarried at Bologna, from the 
effects of a fall from her horse, 14th November 1789. 

ALBEMARLE, Duke of [E]. 

I. HENRY FITZJAMES, second son and youngest of the 
five illegitimate children of James 11 and vn, by Arabella Churchill, 
spinster, sister to John (Churchill), Duke of Marlborough [E], 

* The entry of her bapti&m is as follows :-='L'an du Seigoeur,il753, a i^l^ bapiis^c 
' dans natre egEise parpissialc de la Bienheureuse Vierge Marie des Fonts de la ville 
*■ de Li^ge, Charlotte, fille de Nobk Seigneur Gucllaunie Johnson et de Noble Dame 
' Charlotte Fit Le panraitt a ^t^ Noble Seigneur Georges Frementen, au nom de 
' Noble Seigneur Andrd Giffard ' (see Misceilany of the Scottish Histoty SscUty^ 1904, 
>i- P* 437f wbere her will Is. printed in Tull). 

A t 





and on]y daughter of Sir Winston Churchill^ was born August 
1673. At the age of sixteen he was made Colonel of a regiment 
of infantry, which he headed at the battle of the Boyne. In 
1695 he, who was generally known as 'the Grand Prior,' and 
his gallant brother, the Duke of Berwick, were outlawed by 
the government of William in. On 13th January 1696 he 
was created by (his father) James 11 and vn (when in exile) 
Baron of Romney, Eakl of Rochford, and Duke of Albe- 
MARLE [E],' with remainder to the heirs-male of his body, and he 
was shortly afterwards placed in command of the Toulon fieet 
designed to invade England. He was in 1702 made a Lieutenant- 
General and Admiral in France. He died 17/27 December 
1702, at Bagnolles in Languedoc, when all his honours became 
extinct. He married, 20th July 1700, Marie Gabrielle, only 
daughter and heiress of John (d'Audibert), second Count of 
Lussan [F]» Knight of the St. Esprit, by his wife» Marie 
Frances, daughter of Henry (Raymond), Seigneur de Brignon, 
Senilloc and Rosi^res. She, who was born about 1675, married 
secondly* [Colonel Mahony, and thirdly], rath March 1707, John 
(Drummond), second Duk'E of Perth \%\ who died 1754. She 
died at the Chateau of St. Germains-en-Laye, I5lh May 1741, 
aged about sixty-six. He had Issue an only daughter:— 
I. LADy\_ ] Fitzjames, a nun, died young. 

II. GEORGE GRANVILLE, second (but in 1706 first 
surviving) son of Bernard Granville, Groom of the Bedchamber, 
by Anne, daughter of and heiress of Cuthbert Morley of Hornby, 
CO. York, which Bernard was younger brother to John (Gran- 
ville), Earl of Bath, Viscount Granville of Lansdown, etc. [E]* 
He was born 1667 ; educated in France and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge; M.A., 1679; M.P. for Fawey 1702, and for Corn- 
wall 1710 ; Secretary of War to Anne, September 1710, and was 
by her, 1st January 171 1/2, created Baron Lansdownof Bideford, 
CO, Devon [G B], being one of the twelve peers created in five 

> He bad had a grant from his father (when in wile), Jind July i7o»> of the buds at 
Old and New Deal, Kent, formerly recovered from tlie sea, and now or Igte in the 
occupation of Henry Sidney or his under-tenanis, in tail male, with remainder to 
James, Duke of Berwick, in tail male, at the yearly rem of 4ds. a ycar^ reserving power 
to charge the premises with ^9000 sterling for the portion of Ignatia Fitijames, the 
King's natural daughter [CalenHar of Stuart Fapert^ i. p, 160). 

' * Le mariage fut tenu cach6, afin qu'elLe pflt conserver le litre de Duchesse 
' d^Alhemarle' {Did dt la NobUsse par La Chenayt dis Bet's). 


days to secure a majority in the House of Lords,^ P.C, and 
Comptroller of the Household, 1712 ; Treasurer of the Household, 
17J3 to nth October 1714, when he was removed therefrom 
and imprisoned as a suspected person in the Tower of London, 
26th September J715 to 8th February 1717. He was restored 
to his seat in Parliament, but soon afterwards went abroad. On 
6th October 1721 he was as 'George Granville, Esq.,' created 
by James ru and vui Lord of Lansdown, co. Devon, Viscount 
ofi{ ], CO. [ ], and Baxl of Bath, co. Somerset [E], 

with remainder to hJs heirs-male, and shortly afterwards, 3rd 
November following, as ' George Granville commonly called 
* Lord Lansdown, Earl of Corbell and Lord of Thorigny and 
' Granville,' he was further created' Baron Lansdown of Bide. 
FORD, CO, Devon, Viscount Bevel, Earl of Bath, Marquis 
Monk and Fitzhemon, and Duke of Albemarle [E], with 

' Sec The Comfi/ete Peerage under Lansdown of Bideford, from which the 
particulars as to the 5rst Duke, other than his Jacobite titles, are taken. 

' The preamble sets forth : ' Whereas in consideration 0/ the joint merit of the late 
General Monck^ afterwards Dutce of Albemarle, and of Sir John Granville, late £arl 
of Bathe, and of Bernard Granville, brother of the said Earl^ in negociating and 
effecting the restoration of the Royal Family, It appears to us to have been the 
Gracious intention of our Royal Uncle. King Charles II, at the request of the said 
Duke of Albemarle, that in case of failure of issue male, from the body of the said 
Duke, or of his son Christopher, Lord Torringtou, then living, that the said Dukedom, 
together with the title of Lord Monk, should descend to the said Earl of Bath, and 
be continued in the male line of the Granvilles, and whereas our said Royal Uncle 
did not only by warrant under his sign manual, bearing date 13th June 1667, promise 
to perform the same himself in case the same should so happen during his Reign, 
but otherwise strictly and expressEy enjoin to his heirs and successors, and whereas 
George Granville, commonly called Lord Lansdowne, Earl of CorbeiU Thorigni, and 
Granville, in France and Normandy, son of the said Bernard, who was the person 
charged with the invitation to our Royal Uncle, to return to his Dominions, without 
any condition imposed upon him, is now become the chief heir-male surviving of the 
said ancient and loyal family of the Granvilles. In conformity therefore to the gracious 
intentions and injunctions of our Royal Uncle, and as a farther encouragement to 
Virtue and loyalty, and to perpetuate as far as in us lyes, the memory of persons so 
principally concerned in that happy and Glorious work of the Restoration, and likewise 
In consideration of the steady adherence and faithful services of the said George 
Granville to us and our Royall Father of blessed memory in our greatest distress — 
Know ye.' In The Complete Peerage, \. po, 59, is the following note : *So popular was 
this title of AtBEMART.1!:, that, in 1661 (only a year after it had been conferred oa 
George Monck), on the petition of John (Granville), Earl of Bath (so created 
20th April i66i)^ "the King passed a warrant, under the privyseal, whereby he obliged 
" himself and recommended it to his successors, that, in case of failure of mate issue to 
" General Monck, the title of DUK.E Of AL&EMARLE should descend to the said Earl 
" OK Bath, and be continued in his family "(j^c Heylin's Htfp to English Histoty, 
edition 17SJ, p. 163), In i63S this event happened ; but no further steps appear to 
have been taken by the family of Granville in the matter* The validity of the 
King's warrant had expired with fai$ Majesty In 16S;, so that a royal recommendation 
to his successor was all that remained.' 


remainder to the heirs-male of his body, whom failing to his 
brother Bernard Granville^ and the heirs-male of his body. 
Nominated by James, one of the nine Lords Regent [E] to 
manage affairs until his arrival, 26th May 1722.^ He died s.p.m. 
30th January 1734/5, '" Hanover Square, and was buried at 
St. Clement Danes, when the Barony of Lansdown conferred 
on him by Anne became extinct^ Admon,, 6th May i737> is full 
of genealogical details. He married, 171 1, Lady Mary, widow 
of Thomas Thynne, daughter of Edward (Villiers), first Earl of 
Jersey [E], by Barbara, daughter of William Chiffinch. She 
died (two weeks before her husband), 17th January 1734/5, ^^^ 
was buried in St. Clement Danes. He had issue : — 

1. Lai^V Anne Granville, Bed chamber- woman to the 

Duchess of Cumberland, 1745, died unmarried i8th 
October 1767, 

2. Lady Mary Granville, married 1730 William Graham 

of Flatten, near Drogheda, and died November 1735^ 

3. Lady Grace Granville, married 28th March 1740 

Thomas Foley of Stoke, co, Hereford, afterwards 
(1776) created (by George iii) Baron Foley of 
Kidderminster [G B], She died ist November 
1769, leaving issue, 

4. Z,4i>i' Elizabeth Granville, Maid of Honour 1742-1756, 

and afterwards Bedchamber- woman to the Princess 
of Wales, died unmarried 1790. 

HL BERNARD (GRANVILLE), second Duke oj^ 
Albemarle, etc., nephew and heir-male, being elder son of 
Bernard Granville of Buckland, co. Gloucester, M.P., by Mary, 
daughter of Sir Martin Westcombe, Knight Baronet [E] ; which 
Bernard was younger brother to the first Duke. He was born 

^ They were : — 

James (Butler)^ second Duke of Ormonde [E and 1], etc 

Charles (Biitler), first Duke of Armn \i\ 

Thomas (Wcntworth). first Duke &f Strafford [E]. 

Robert (Harley), first Earl of Oxford and Mortimer [E]. 

Charles (Boyle), fourth Earl of Orrery [!]» etc 

Francis (Atierbury), Bi&hop of Rochester (E| 

? Lord Gore [7 John (Leve&on-Gower), second Baron [E] and afterwards first 
Earl (G B] Gower). 

William (North), sixth Lord North and second Lord Grey [E). 

George (Granville), first Lord Lansdown, Duke of Aib&marle [E]. 
They had power (Ave making a quorum) to add four to their number. The entry is 
endorsed, '26 Aug. i^sz' ; this commission was returned, and is destroyed. 



1700, served for some time in the army ; succeeded his father 8th 
December 1723, and his uncle 30th January i734/5> when he 
retired from the army and established himself in HolHs Street. 
The same year he succeeded to a portion of the Duchess of 
Albemarle's estate, and in 173S purchased from the Fleetwoods 
the estate of Calwich Abbey, co. Stafford. On 6th December 
1752 he further acquired the Westcombe property by the death 
s.p. of his uncle, Sir Anthony Westcombe. He died unmarried 
at Calwich, 2rid July 175^6, and was buried in Ellaston Church, 
when the Dukedom of Albemarle, Marquisates of Monk and 
FfTznEMON, Earldom OF BAT/f{o( the 3rd November), Viscounty 
OF Bevel, and Barony of Lansdo^vn h^c^m^ extinct, while the 
Earldom of Bat// (6th October), the Viscounty of\^ ], 

and Lordship of Lansdo^vn devolved on his heir-male.* 

ALBERSTROF, Countess of. 

^^V i.e. title sometimes, but erroneously, included among Jacobite 

■ creations, having been an Imperial title* conferred by the 

^^^ Emperor Francis i on Clementina Waikinshaw, mistress of 

^^^ Charles iii (see Albany, Duchess of), and used by her from 

^^^ the time she left him, 22nd July 1760, to her death unmarried 

^^1 at Fribourg in Switzerland, November 1805. 

^^^P > His only brother, the Rev. Bevel Granville,, bom 1707; educated at Westminster 

School ; marriedi 24ih July 1721, in the Fleet Prison, Mary Ann Roseof Wcedon ; look 
Holy Orders and emigrated to Carolina, 1731, where he died t.p. 1756. She died at 
Weedon, Sth September 1776, aged seventy-six, and was buried in Wingrave Parish 
Church, DucUst M.l. In the autobiography of Augustus Bozzi (in 1806) Granvitle, 
M.D., F.R.S., he describes his parentage thus: — 'My mother, Maria Antoinetta, was 

* oneofthefour daughters of the Chevalier Rapaztnnl, who tiled an important post under 
*■ Government in the Secretary of Slate department (in MiJan). Rapazinni, in i76i,tQok 

* for a second wife a very young English lady, born in Italy, whtlher her father, Bevil 
' Granville, a Cornish gentlenaan, implicated in some political troubles, bad withdrawn, 

* and where hi5 wife, Rosa Gran viHe, had presented him with a daughter. This daughter, 

* alio named Rosa, grew up and was educated in a convent, which she Eeft at the age of 
' fifteen to become the wife of Rapazinni and the mother of his daughter, Maria 
*■ Antoinetta, who in due time married Carlo Botzl and was my mother.' See A 
History of the Cranviiie Family^ by Richard Granville, p. 439, where, however, the 
writer points out that Rosa Granville was not born till 1746, while Bevel Granville died 
in 1736. Of bis sisters, (he elder, Mary, so well known for her literary acquirements, 
was born at Caulston, Wilts, E4lh May 1700 ; married first, i^i?, Alexander Pendarves 
of Roscrow, CO. Cornwall, and secondly the Very Rev. Patrick Delany, D.D., Dean of 
Down, and died s-p. 15th April 1788; and the yownger, Anne, born 1707, married 
August [740 John D'Ewcs of Wellesbourne (who died 3cnh August 1780, aged eighty-six), 
and died at Bristol i6th July 1761, leaving, with other issue, a third son, the Rev, Jolin 
D'Ewes, whet succeeded his uncle and thereupon assumed the names and arrets of 
Granville. ' -^^P- 'QOr ti^Ee 3. 


ALBEVILLE, Marquis of. 

i.e. title sometimes, but erroneously, included among Jacobite 
creations, being a Marqulsate of the Holy Roman Empire, 
possessed by Sir Ignatius White, Baronet [E], sometime Envoy 
Extraordinary from James ii and vii to the States of Holland, 
and afterwards his Secretary of State [I]. 


ALFORD, Earl of [S]. 

I. JOHN GRi^ME,^ eldest son and heir= of James Graeme 
of Newton, Solicitor-General for Scotland 1688, by Elizabeth, 
daughter of Robert Moray of Abercairney, and grandson of Colonel 
Patrick Graham of Inchbrakie, the celebrated Royalist, was, 6th 
September 1726, created a Knight and Baronet [S] by James 
III and viir in reward for his services at the Court of Vienna, and 
the same day was appointed Minister at that Court. In April 
1727, on the resignation of Lof^D Inverness, he was appointed 
Chief Secretary of State. On 20th January 1734 he had a 
grant of a coat of augmentation, viz., the royal arms of Scot- 
land on the field and cross of St. Andrew, counterchanged, and 
of supporters, viz., two horses bridled. He had a disposition 
of Newton from his father 1737, and took sasine 1740, the latter 
being then dead. He sold the estate to Moray of Abercairney 
27th January [N S] 1744.' In 1745-1747 he was in attendance 
on the Duke of York in Paris, and on the Dukes flight he was 
taken into the household of the Prince of Wales, and fell into 
disgrace with the King, who held him responsible for the dis- 
orderly household of Prince Charles and for his mischief-making 
between the two princes. He afterwards repented, left the 
Prince, and was pardoned by James, He was received into the 
Catholic Church at Dijon 1751 ; succeeded Lord Lismore, who 
died October 1759, as Secretary of State, and was, 20th 
January 1760, created a Lord and Peer of Parliament as Lord 

< He may have been the BrLgadiet Graeme who had a commission as Major-Genera.1, 
31st January 1712. 

> For assistance in ascertaining the parentage of this John Graeme, the writer has to 
thank Sir James Balfour Paul, Lyon King, and Mr. J. MaitCand Thomson. 

' The disposition was signed at Avignon, the witnesses being Alexander Falconer, 
Esq., Master of Haullcertouas, Edward Lisle of Moylcs Court, in the county of 
Gloucester, Esq.. and a servant- The seller signs ^Jo Gneme.* Information kindly 
supplied by Miss L. Grsme, who has compiled a history of the Inchbrakie family. 


Newton, Viscount of Falktrk and Earl of Alfoud [S]/ with 
remainder to the heirs-male of his body. He resigned the Secre- 
taryship in 1763 on account of his age and infirmity, and retired 
to Paris. He died in the Scots College there, 3rd January 1773, 
apparently s.p,^ 

ALLOA, Baron [S]. 

i.e. * Alloa* Barony of (Erskine), created 22nd October 
1715. with 'Mar,' Dukedom of^ which see. 

ALLOW AY, Earl of [SJ 

i.e, 'AiLOfyAY,' Earldom of, title said, hut erroneously, to 
have been conferred, 22nd October 1715, on John (Erskine), 
twenty-seventh Earl of Mar, with the Dukedom of Mar, 

ALMOND, Countess of [S]. 

cue U LI, probably daughter or sister of [ ] Marquis 

of Montecuculi * [Modena], who accompanied the Queen on 
her escape from Whitehall, 9th December 1688. She, who 
was ' the companion of the childhood and the friend of the 
' maturer years ' of Mary Beatrice of Modena, Queen Consort 
of James 11 and vji, accompanied the Queen on her escape to 
France, with her infant son, from Whitehall, soon after midnight, 
Sunday, 9th December i688» and was by James 11 and vn(when 
in exile at St. Germains), ^ji^ January 1689, created Countess 
OF Almond [S] for life. On 30th October 1701 she wasappointed, 
with the Duchess of Perth, Lady of the Bedchamber in Ordinary 

' The preamble speaks of his. family having been out with Montrose, and as having 
greatly contributed to Che victory of Alford. 

^ His brother, David Graeme, in Scotland wa.s his h«Lr, and inherited his money, about 
eighteen hundred francs, and furniture. Lumisden, writing to Dr. J. Murray at Rocne, 
December 1770, says: ' The assistance that friendship and regard are capable of is, at 
* a certain age, the greatest of coraforts.. Sensible of it, Lord Alford proposes to leave 
' bis elegant house and garden and to spend the few years he may have to live at the 
' Scots College ' {fee Dennistoun's Memoir 0/ Sir Robert Strange ii. p. 149). 

* An old Modenese family. A Marchioness of Montecuculi was a correspondent of 
Mary of Modena. In December 1696 the Queen writes to her, condoling wilb her on 
the loss of her son, ' of whom she has been deprived in the flower of his age.' 





to the Queeii» with whom she remained * till (to the great grief of 
' her Royal Mistress)'^ she died at St, Germains, April 1703. 

H. SiGNOR VIRGILIO DAVIA,' Senator of Bologna, 
husband of the preceding, was by James 11 and vu (when in 
exile at St. Germains), 9th and 12th April 1698, created Baron 
Da VIA, Viscount of Moneydis, and Earl of Almond [S], with 
remainder to the heirs-male of his body. The preamble states 
that the honour was conferred on account of his own services to 
the Queen, but chiefly on account of the * extraordinary merits ' 
of his wife. Donna Victoria Davu-Montecuculi, and her having 
' attended on the person of our said dearest Consort even from 
' her infancy with great zeal and fidelity, and particularly her 
' having waited on our dearest Consort in her hazardous passage 

* out of England into France at the beginning of the late Revolu- 
' lion, and shared in all the many and great dangers and diffi- 
' cuUies of her evasion, and that, as the misfortunes of our Royal 
' Family increased, she has redoubled her endeavours to be still 
' more and more useful in performing all the duties of a faithful 

* servant passionately concerned in whatsoever regarded the 

* Queen's service and person.' 

APPIN, Baron [S], 

1743 1. DUGALD STEWART, ninth Chief of Appin,^ second 

~ but only surviving son and heir of Robert Stewart, eighth 

1 The Complete Peerage, \. p. 74. 

^ Members of this family are frequently raeptiontd in ihe Stuart Pafftrs. On loth 
April 169S the young Marquis D'Avia is referred lo 3S being a prisoner at Constantino pie, 
to (he great afHiction of his poor mother. Count Antonio Da.v]a was appoiinted Groom 
of the Bedchamber to the King, 6ih February 1702 ; John Anthony Davia, born at 
Bologna i2th October 1660^ was created a Cardinal i8lh March 1712^ nominated Pro- 
tector of England by King James 1737, and died at Rome loth June 1740. 

' The Stewarts of Appin, who were among the mo« loyal of the cTans, are descended 
from Sir James Stewart of Pierston^ fourth son of Sir John Stewart of Bonkyl, second 
son of Alexander;^ fourth High Steward of Scotland, whose eldest son James was 
ancestor of the royal family of Scotland. Duncan Stewart, eighth of Appin, served at 
the head of his clan under Montrose at Invcrloohy. His estates were confiscated by 
Cromwell, but were restored at the Restoration. Robert Stewart, ninth of Appin, was 
at KJUiecrankie, and was * forfauUed' 16th July 1690. He was at the raising of the 
Standard at Braemar in 1715, and ted his clan at SheiifTmuir. Duncan Stewart, second 
of Ardsheal, was an ofCiccr in the Appin regtment under Montrose. John Slcwartv 
third of Ardshcal, a5 Tutorof Appin, held Castle Stalcaire for King Jame^ until October 
1690. John Stewart, fourth of Ardsheal, was at Sheriifmuit and was attainted 1716^ but 
obtaiinedthe restoration of his estates in 1717. His son Charles Stewart, fifth of Ard- 


Chief of Appin, by his second wife Anne, daughter of Sir 
Duncan Campbell of Lochnell, succeeded his father in the 
Chiefship, and was by James in and viii, 6th June 1743, 
created a Lord and Peer of Parliament as Bakon Appin [S], 
with remainder to his heirs-male. When the Prince landed in 
1745* he did not join him, but the clan was led by his cousin, 
Charles Stewart, fifth of Ardsheal, and he consequently escaped 
attainder. He sold Appin in 1765, and died Srp.m. 1769, being the 
last Chief of the direct male line. He married Mary, daughter of 
[Lord Alexander] Mackenzie, and had issue an only daughter : — 
I. Hour. Anne Stewart, married David Loch of Over 
Carnbee, Frfeshire. 

n. ALEXANDER (STEWART), second BAftoN Appm, 1769 
eleventh of Appin, sixth of Ardsheal, cousin and heir-male^ being 
second but eldest surviving son and heir of Charles, fifth of 
Ardsheal, by Isabel, daughter of John Haldane of Lanrick, which 
Charles Stewart was son and heir of John Stewart of the same, 
son and heir of another John Stewart of the same, son and heir 
of Duncan Stewart of the same, son and heir of John Stewart, 
first of Ardsheal, younger son of John Stewart, fifth of Appin, 
which last John Stewart was great-great-great- grandfather of the 
first Lord Appm. He was in the service of the H.E.LC. ; 
succeeded his father r5th March 1757, and his cousin, the first 
Lord Appin, in the Peea'age and Chiefship of the clan in 
1769. He died y/. the same year. 


HL DUNCAN (STEWART), third Baron Appin, twelfth 1769 
of Appin and seventh of Ardsheal, next brother and heir of the 
preceding. ' The family estates having been forfeited on account 
of his father s share in the '45, he emigrated to America and 
settled in Connecticut, where he was appointed Collector of 
Customs. He served as a loyalist during the American Civil 
War, and after the peace retired to Bermuda, where for two 
years he was Collector of Customs, He had succeeded his elder 
brother in the Pmbrage and Chiefship, 1769, and in 1782 

shea], -was an eDthusia^ic Jacobite, and loak a leading part in the correspondence with 
Prince Charles as to his chances of success In Scotland. He was at Preatonpans, 
Falkirk, and Cullodec, was attainted 1746, and his estates again confiscated. The 
Appin Stewarts are said to have been very Dearly inqluded with their neighbours of 
Glencoe in the massacre. As to this see a most interesting article, entitled '^Tbe Clans 
' ofCuIloden,' by Henry Jenner, F.S-A., in Thi R^alui^ iii, p. 140. 

B 9 


obtained the restoration of Ardsheal, when he returned to Scot- 
land. He died at Ardsheal in 1793. He married, 1767, Anne, 
daughter of the Hon. John Erving, one of the Council for 
Connecticut (before 1776), and had issue : — 

1. Charles, MASTE/i of Appin^ his heir. 

2. Hon. John Stewart, Collector of Customs and President 

of the Council of Bermuda, born 3rd February 1769 ; 
died 3rd February 1832; married, 2nd April 1789, 
Sarah, daughter of Hon, Daniel Leonard, Chief- 
Justice of Bermuda, and had issue : — 

(i) Duncan Stewart, Attorney -General for Ber- 
muda, born 3rd September 1795; died 9th 
February 1861 ; married Sarah Amelia, daugh- 
ter of Richard Darrell of Montpelier, Ber- 
muda, and had issue : — 

(i) John Stewart, who succeeded as sixth 

Lord Appin. 
{2) Duncan Stewart, Barrister-at-Law, of 
Lincoln's Inn, Master of the Court 
of Bankruptcy in London, born 29Ch 
January 1825; died 12th September 
1887; married, 21st February 1863, 
Florence Emma, daughter of the Rev. 
Charles Mackenzie of Torridon, Ross- 
shire, a Prebendary of St. Paul's, 
London, and had issue. 

(3) Leonard Stewart, Barrister-at-Law. born 

7th December 1826, died unmarried 
19th January 1S94. 

(4) James Stewart, born 24th December 

1828; died i6th March 1879; married 
first, Julia Bransom, daughter of Edward 
Pringle ; secondly, Jane, daughter of 
L Bell, by whom he had issue. 

(5) Richard Darrell Stewart, born 25th 
September 1S30, died unmarried 19th 
September 1865. 

(6) Harvey Darrell Stewart, Barrister-at- 

Law of the Inner Temple, born sth 
August 1S23, 

(7) Rev. Charles Edward Stewart, M.A, 


Magd. Hall, Oxford, Rector of St. 
James's, Manchester, bom 23rd October 
1839; married, 2nd August 1881, Mar- 
garet Katherine, daughter of Andrew 
Davies Bird, and has issue. 

(8) Sarah Darrell Stewart, died nth No- 
vember 1896; married, 7th September 
184.1, Major A. F. W. Papillon, R.A., 
and had issue. 

(9) Emily Clementina Stewart, died un- 
married December 1902. 

(10) Mary Catherine Darrell Stewart. 

(11) Anne Margaret Stewart, died unmarried. 

(12) Esther Mary Darrell Stewart. 

(13) Frederica Harriet Papillon Leonard 

(2) Leonard Stewart, M.D., died unmarried. 

(3) James Stewart, Barrister-at-Law, M. P. for 
Honlton 1837-1S41, born 17th August 1S05; 
died 26th September i860; married, 12th 
August 1834, his cousin, Margaret Emily, 
third daughter of Duncan Stewart of Glen- 
buckie, Perthshire, and had issue : — 

(r) James Stewart, bom 19th August 1837. 

(2) Duncan John Stewart, Major Indian 
army, born ist November 1840. 

(3) Mary Stewart, died unmarried. 

(4) Margaret Stewart, died 30th August 

{5) Alice Charlotte Stewart, 

(4) Emily Clementina Stewart, married, 10th 
March 1818, Edward Wltherington, and had 

{5) Anne Stewart, married, 12th October 1819, 
William S. Cumming, and had issue. 

(6) Sarah Joanna Stewart, married, loth April 
1827, Edward Winslow of Lincoln's Inn, 
Barrister-at-Law, and had issue. 

3. Hon. George Stewart, died an infant. 

4. Rev. THE Hon. James Haldane Stewart, M.A., Rector 

of Limpsfield, Surrey, born 1778; died 22nd October 



1854; married Mary, daughter of David Dale, and 
had issue : — 

(i) William Cadogan Stewart, died unmarried. 

(2) Rev, David Dale Stewart, M.A., Canon of 
Rochester, for long Rector of Maidstone, Kent, 
afterwards Rector of Coulsdon, Surrey, born 
1S19 ; died s.p. ; married, 8th August 1854, 
Cecilia, daughter of the Rev. Henry Raikes, 
Chancellor of Chester. 

(3) Rev, James Haldane Stewart, M.A., Rector 
of Brightwell, Berks, born 1821; died 24th 
February 1879 ; married, 22nd May 1866, 
Emily, eldest daughter of William Leveson- 
Gower of Titsey Place, and had issue. 

(4) Anne Erving Stewart, died unmarried. 

(5) Mary Dale Stewart, died unmarried. 

5. Hon. William George Erving Stewart, settled in Lima, 

and left issue. 

6. Hon. Anne Stewart, married John M'Nab of Bal- 

quidder, and had issue* 

7. Hon. Margaret Stewart, married Captain Duncan 

Stewart of Glenbuckie, and had issue, 

8. Hon. Charlotte Stewart, married Colonel Charles Alex- 

ander Stewart, 

9. Hon Sophia Stewart, married John Campbell, and 

had issue. 
10. Hon. Isabella Stewart, died unmarried. 


IV. CHARLES (STEWART), {omxX^BaronAppin, twelfth 
of Appin and eighth of Ardsheal, son and heir of the preceding ; 
died 1844; married Rebecca^ daughter of William Sinclair of 
Deer Park, Armagh and Strabane, Tyrone, and by her had 
issue : — 

1. Charles, Master of Appin, his heir. 

2. Hon. Annette Stewart, married Major Robert Stewart, 

94th regiment, and had issue. 

1S44 V. CHARLES (STEWART), fifth Baron Appin, thirteenth 

of Appin and ninth of Ardsheal^ only son and heir of the pre- 
ceding, born 1S05J sold the estates, and died unmarried 23rd 
January 1882. 



VI. JOHN (STEWART), sixth Baron Appin, etc, next 
heir-male of the preceding, being son and heir of Duncan 
Stewart, Attorney-General of Bermuda, and grandson of the 
Hon. John Stewart, next younger brother to the fourth Lord ; 
bom tith January 1822, Barrister-at-Law of Lincoln's Inn; died 
i6th November 1S90; buried at Hanworth, Middlesex. He 
married, 4th January 1859. Anne, fourth daughter of Thomas 
Forbes Winslow, and had issue : — 

1, Donald Charles, Master of Appin, born lath Decem- 
ber 1859, died unmarried v,p. i^\h September 1885. 

2, Robert Bruce, Master of Appjn, his heir. 

3. Hon. Alan Winslow Stewart, born r9th April 1865. 

4. Hon. Haldane Campbell Stewart, B.A. Magd. Coll.* 
Oxon.j born 28th February 186S. 

Appin, representative of the Stewarts of Lorn, Appin, and Ard- 
sheal, B.A. Magd. Coll., Oxon., second but elder surviving son 
and heir of the preceding, born 23rd April 1863, succeeded his 
father i6th November 1890. 




ARRAN, Duke of [£]. 

1, CHARLES BUTLER, second and youngest surviving 
son of Thomas Butler, Earl of Ossory {son and heir-apparent of 
James (Butler), first Duke of Ormonde [I]), by Amelia, eldest 
daughter of Henry (de Nassau), Lord of Auverquerque [Holland], 
was born 4th September 167 1, and like his brother, the Duke of 
Ormonde, accepted the Revolution settlement, and was made 
Lord of the Bedchamber to William of Orange, and Colonel of 
a regiment of horse. On 8th March 1693 he was created (by 
William) Baron of Cloughgrenan, Viscount of Tullogh, and 
Earl of Arran [J],^ and the following year, 23rd January, Baron 
Butler of Weston, co. Huntingdon [E]. He was Governor of 
Dover Castle ; Master of the Ordnance, 1712-1714; Chancellor 
of the University of Oxford, loth September 1715; and High 
Steward of Westminster, 2Sth February 1715/6. By Act of 
Parliament [E], 21st June 1721, he was enabled to purchase his 

• These same titles had been conferred by Charles JI, 13th May 1662, on his uncle, 
L.ord Richard Butler, and had become extinct on the latter^s death s.p.m.s. 35th January 





brother's estates, which he had forfeited for his share in the '15. 
On the 2nd January 1722 he was, as 'Charles Butler/ created 
by James ni and viii Duke of ]> ArranI [EJ with remainder 
to the heirs-male of his body, and on the 26th May following he 
was one of the nine noblemen appointed by James to be Lords 
Recent [E] during his absence.* On 16th November 1745 he 
succeeded his elder brother as third Duke (1661) and Marquis 
(1642) and fourteenth Earl (1328) of Ormonde [I], third Duke 
OF Ormonde (1682), Earl of Brecknock {1660), and Baron 
Butler of Llanthony (1660) [E], and seventh Earl of Ossory 
(1527) and sixth Viscount Thurles (153S) [I], and third Baron 
Butler of Moore Park (1666) [E], and, on 20th April 1750, his 
niece as fourth Baron Dingwall (1609) [S] ; but notwithstanding 
' he appears never to have styled himself otherwise than as Earl 
' of Arran [I], the popular idea at that time being that the Irish 
' [and ScctiisJi] titles (as well as the English) of his said brother 
' had been forfeited by the Act of Attainder of the English 
' Parliament.'* He married, iSth September 1721, the Hon. 
Elizabeth, daughter and co-heir of Thomas (Crewe), second Lord 
Crewe of Steane [E], by his second wife, Anne, daughter and 
co-heir of Sir William Airmine, Baronet [EJ She died, 21st 
May 1756, aged seventy-seven, and was buried at Steane, co. 
Northampton. He died s.p., 17th December 1758, at his 
lodgings next the Tilt Yard, Whitehall, aged eighty-eight, and 
was buried on the 23rd at St. Margaret's, Westminster, when the 
Dukedom of Arran, as well as all his other honours, except the 
Earldoms of Ormonde and Ossory^ the Viscounty of Thurles 
[I], the Barony of Dingwall [SJ and the Barony of Butler of 
Moore Park [E], became extinct 


1692 1- [ ] ASHTON, son and heir of John Ashton,' some- 

time Clerk of the Closet to Mary of Modena, who was executed 

> Sec p. 4, tioit I- 

■ See The Complete Peerage^ i. p. 135. 

3 He is described in the indictincnt as '^late of the parish of St. Paut% Covent 
' Garden." On the scaffold he handed the sheriff a paper declaring timself a Pro- 
testant, and happy ra losing his life in James's service, 'from whom he had received 
' favours for 16 years past.' This document, which well exemplified ihc depth of the 
sincerity of James's supporters in England, was published in England, France, and 
Holland, and greatly^ alarmed the authorities. 



at Tyburn 28th January 1690/1 for his loyalty to James n and viii 
by his wife [ ]/ daughter of[ ] Rigby, retired to 

France after his father's death, and was created a Baronet [E]^ 
by King James. 


i.e. title sometimes, but erroneously, included among Jacobite 
creations, but which was in reality a French Barony conferred by 
Louis Philip, hy letters patent dated i8th November 1839, on 
Anthony Sylvain de Cantillon, Knight of St. Louis and of the 
second class of St. Ferdinand of Spain, Colonel of Hussars, a 
great-grandson of James Cantillon of Ballyhigue and Belview, 
CO. Kerry, born 1650; a Captain in the army of James 11 and vn, 
whom he followed to France after the Revolution," 

BALLYMOLEj Viscount of [I]. 

i.e. * Ballymole,* Viscounty of (Laily), created 1746, with 
* MoENMOYNEj Earldom OF^ which see. 

BANNO, Baron [I]. 

i.€. * Banno' CO. Wexford, Barony of (Cheevers), created 
23rd August i6Sg, with ' Mount Leinster^' V/scounty of, which 

BASS, Viscount of [S]. 

i,e. ' Bass,^ Viscounty of (de Bozas), created 4th Februaty 
1717, with *Sr, Andrews^' Dukedom of, which see. 

BATH, Earl of [E]. 

L GEORGE GRANVILLE, first surviving son of Bernard 1721 
Granville, and nephew of John (Granville), first Earl of Bath[E], 

■ She died at St. Germains 1694, her bod^ bein^; sent to England for burial 
{Dictionary of National Biography). 

' 8th November 1693. ' Mrs. Ashloo, wife to him lately executedt with her son »rcnt 
' to France, and at her arrival at Paris King James made him a baionet.' — LuitrelVs 
Diary^ for calling his attention to which the Editor has to thank G. E.^ Cokayne, 
Clarenceux King of Arms. 

* See a pedig^rec of the family id Burke's Neraldic Illustrations, p. 51. 





was on 1st January 171 1/2 created by Anne Baron Lansdown 
OF BiDEFORD, CO. DcvoH [E], and by James ii! and viii, 6th 
October 1721, Lord of Lansdown, Viscount\_ \ and 

Makl of Bath [E], with remainder to his heirs-male, and, 3rd 
November following, Baron Lansdown of Bweford, co. Devon, 
Viscount Bevel, Earl of Bath, Marquis Monk and Fitz- 
HEMON, and Duke of Albemarle [E], with remainder to the 
heirs-male of his body, whom failing to his brother, Bernard 
Granville, and the heirs-male of his body. He died s.p.m. 30th 
January 1734/5- 

II. BERNARD GRANVILLE, second Duke of Albe- 
marle^ Earl of Bath, etc., nephew and heir-male, being son 
and heir of Bernard Granville above named^ younger brother of 
the first Peer. He died unmarried 1776, when the Dukedom of 
Albemarle, Marquisates of Monk and Fitzhemon, Earldom 
OF Bath (of the 3rd November), Viscounty of Bevel, and 
Barony of Lansdown (of the 3rd November) became extinct ; 
while the Earldom of Bath (of the 6th October)^ Viscounty of 
[ ], and Lordship of Lansdown {ol the 6th October) 

passed to his next heir-male. 

See fuller particulars under * Albemarle,' Dukedom of. 

BEAUFORT, Marquis of [S], 

i.e. ^ Beaufort^ Marquisate o^ (Eraser), created 14th March 
1740, with "Eraser, Dukedom of, which see. 

BEAULY, Baron [S], 

i.e. * Beauly,' Barony of (Eraser), created 14th March J 740, 
with 'Eraser,' Dukedom of, which see, 

BEVEL, Viscount [EJ. 

i,e, ' Bevel,* Viscounty of (Granville), created 3rd Novem- 
ber 1721, with * Albemarle,' Dukedom of^ which see. 

BLAIR, Marquis of [S]. 

i^e. * Blair,' co. Perth, Marquisate of (Murray), created 1st 
February i^i?. with * Rannoch* Dukedom of, which see* 


BOLINGBROKE, Earl of [E]. 

I. HENRY ST. JOHN, son and heir of Sir Henry St. 
John, fourth Baronet [E] (afterwards created by George i, and 
July 1716, Viscount St. John [E], with remainder to his second 
son)^ by Lady Mary, second daughter and co-heir of Robert 
(Rich), second Earl of Warwick [E] ; the celebrated statesman 
and writer; baptized, 10th October 1678, at Battersea, Surrey; 
M.P. for Wootton Bassett, 1701-1705; for Berks, 1710-1712; 
Secretary of War, 1704-1708; P.C, i7ro; Secretary of State» 
1710-1714; was, 7th July 1712, created by Anne Baron St. 
John of Lvdiard Tregoze, Wilts, and Viscount Bolingbroke, co. 
Lincoln [G B], with special remainder, failing his issue-male, to his 
father and the heirs-male of his body. On 27th July 17 14 (by 
the removal of the Earl of Oxford) he became virtually Prime 
Minister, but the appointment of the Duke of Shrewsbury as 
Treasurer, followed by the death of Anne, ist August, upset the 
plans he is supposed to have formed for the restoration of King 
James. On the accession of King George i he was dismissed, 
and being defeated in the House of Commons, 22nd March, on a 
motion in answer to the King's speech^ by sixty-six votes to 
thirty-three, he retired to France, 27th March. He was im- 
peached loth June, and attainted i8th August following. On or 
shortly before the 26th July 1715' he was created, by King 
James m and viiij Earl of Bolingbroke [E], having a few days 
before been appointed Secretary of State. He was dismissed, 
however, the following March, being accused, though unjustly, of 
having betrayed his party to the Hanoverian Government. By 
an Act of the English Parliament he was restored (though in 
blood only), 31st May 1725, and returning to England, died 
there, s.p.s. 12th, and was burled 15th December 1751, at 
Battersea. Will dated 22nd November 1751, proved 5th March 
175a. He had succeeded his father, April 1742, as fifth 
Baronet [EJ. but in consequence of his attainder was not recog- 

' James writes to him from Bar that day as follows ; ^I find too mu>ch solid reason 
and sincere zeal in yours of the 23r(l that I cannot but; dayly more and more applaudc 
myself for the choice I have mad of you ; I cannot, you know, as yett give you very 
esseatial) proofs of my kindness, but the least I cann do for so goad and faithfull a 
servant, i^ at least in sending you the inclosed warrant, which raises you a degree 
higher than my sister had done before, and which will fix your rank with me beyond 
dispute ; I hope yoii will take this mark of my favour as kindly as 1 mieane it.' 

C 17 



nised as such by the de facto government. He married first, in 
1700, Frances^ first daughter and co-heir of Sir Henry Winch- 
combe^ Baronet [E], by his wife, [ ], daughter of [ ] 

Rolls. She died November lyrS, He married, secondly, at 
Aix-la-Chapelle, May 1720/ Marie Claire, Dowager-Marchioness 
of Viliette [F], daughter and co-heir of Armand (des Champs)^ 
Seigneur of Marcilly [F], by his wife, Elizabeth Indrot. She 
was born 9th September 1675, was received into St. Cyr, after 
having proved the nobility of her family since Erard des Champs, 
her ancestor in the sixth degree,® and died iSth March 1750, aged 
seventy-four, and was buried at Battersea. On his death the 
Earldom of Bolincbroke presumably became extinct ; the 
Barony of St. J ohn of Lydiard Tregoze (1712) and the Viscounty 
OF BoLiNGEROKE (i7I2) under the special remainder devolved on 
his nephew, while the Baronetcy (161 i), being considered under 
attainder, remained dormant. 

See MITCHELL, Baron [E]. 



I. Hon. JOHN BOURKE, second son of William (Bourke), 
seventh Earl of Clanricarde [I], by Lettice, daughter of Sir 
Henry Shirley, second Baronet [E], born 1642 ; was Colonel of 
a regiment of infantry in the service of James n and vii, and 
was created by that King, 2nd April 1689^ (some four months 
after the revolution in England, but while still de facto, as well 
as de jurgy King of Ireland), Baron Bourns Of Bofbjn, co. 
Galway [I], with remainder to the heirs-male of his body. He 
was taken prisoner at the battle of Aughrim, 12th July 1691, 
and was attainted, A bill for his restoration in 169S was 

' The CompleU Peerage gives the dale as 1718, and Dean Swift, in a letter dated 
nth Dccetrber I7[8, mentions a rumour of his having married the Marcliioness of 
Viliette (see, however, the Diciionar)- of National Biiigraphy). She or her fir&t husband 
was a relation of Madame de Mamienon. 

• Diet, de ia Nifblesse, by La Chenaye des Bois. 

^ This was one of the seven Irish peerages created hy James 11 and vil after the 
Revolution in England, but ivhilc he was still de facts as well as d^ jur^ King of Ireland, 
all of wliich creations were duly enrolled on the Patent Rolls of that kingdom, from 
which they have never been erased (see Preface, p. fX\.), 


rejected, but by an Act, i Anne (1702), the attainder was 
reversed. He succeeded his elder brother as ninth Earl of 
Clanricarde and Baron of DunkelHn [I], and sixth Viscount 
Bourke of Clanmories [1] after November 1703, and died 17th 
October 1722. 

11. MICHAEL (BOURKE), tenth Earl of Clanricarde, 
second Baroj^ Bourke of Bophin, etc., son and heir of the 
preceding, born about 1786, and died 28th November 1736.' 

HI. JOHN SMYTH (BOURKE. afterwards {13th May 
1752) i>E BURGH), eleventh Earl of Clanricarde, third 
Baron Bovrice of Bophw, etc., second but first surviving son 
and heir of the preceding, born nth November 1720, died 21st 
April 1782. 

IV. HENRY (de BURGH), twelfth Earl of Clanri- 
carde, fourth Baron Bourke of Bophin, etc., son and heir of 
the preceding, born 9th January, and baptized 9th February 

1742/3; K.P., 5th February 1783, being one of the fifteen 
original knights of that order. On 17th August 1789 he was 
by George ni created Marquis of Clanricarde [I]. He died 
&.p. 8th December 1797* 

V. JOHN THOMAS (de BURGH), thirteenth Earl of 
Cla^^kicarde, fifth Baron Bourke of Bopnin, etc, only brother 
and heir of the preceding, born 22nd September 1744. On 29th 
December 1800 he was by George iii created Earl of Clan- 
ricarde [I], with remainder, failing his issue-male, to his 
daughters and their issue-male. He died 27th July 1808, 

VI. ULICK JOHN (de BURGH), fourteenth Earl of 
Clanricarde, sixth Baron Bourke of Bophin, etc., only son 
and heir of the preceding, born 20th December 1802; K.P., 
October 1831. On 26th November 1825 he was created by 
George IV Marquis of Clanricarde [I], and on 13th December 
1826 (by the same King) Barok Soherhill of SomerhiIl» co. 
Kent [U K], He died loth April 1874. 

' For a fuller accoimt of this peer and of bis successors, see the exUnt peerag;es 
ondfi Clanricarde- 



i8;4 VIL HUBERT GEORGE (de BURGH, afterwards (9th 
July 1862) DE BURGH-CANNING), fifteenth Earl (1543) 
and second Marquis (1S25) oF Clanricabde [1], third Earl 
OF Clanricarde (rSoo) [I], twelfth Viscount Bourke of Clan- 
MORiES (1629) [I], fifteenth Baron Dunkellin (1543) [I], and 
seventh Baron Bourae of Bophin (1689) [I], second Baron 
SoMERHiLL [U K], second but only surviving son and heir^ 
born 30th November 1832. He is unmarried, and failing any 
issue-male of his body, the Barony of Bourke of Bophin will 
become extinct on his death. 


BOURKE, Baron [I]. 

1. TOBY [THEOBALD] BOURKE, descended from the 
Bourkes of Clanricarde, was, 5th September 1697, recommended 
to the protection of the Princess of Carignano, by Queen Mary, 
as 'a young Irish gentleman of merit and good family.' He 
entered the Spanish army, and, being then in Spain^ had a 
certificate from King James, dated August 1702, that he was 
descended from the old and noble family of Bourke of Clanricarde. 
He may have been the Theobald Bourke, Knight of the Spanish 
Order of St* James, who was sworn a Gentleman of the Privy 
Chamber, 7th January 1704; and he was knighted before i6th 
April 1705, when he was sent by King James as his Minister to 
the Court of Madrid, which post he still held 12th June 171a. 
On 3rd February 1727 he was created by James \n and vni 
Baron Bourke [I], with remainder to the heirs-male of his 


BREFFNEY, Viscount of [IJ 

L OWEN (otherwise Audeonus or Eugenius) O'ROURKE.* 
of Carha, co. Leitrim, served King James 11 and vii faithfully 
in his Irish wars, and afterwards followed him to France. On 
the Peace of Ryswick, roth September 1697. the regiment in 
which he served having been disbanded, he entered the Duke of 
Lorraine's service, and after having served that Prince as Major 
of his Body Guards and as a Gentleman of his Bedchamber, 

1 He was proba^bly tbt 'Mr, O'Roerk' whc^ bad a dediratiion of his noblesse from 
James tii and v[ii, January 1709. 



he was made a P.C. by him. On i8th April 1727 he was 
(as Audeonus O'Rourke) appointed Ambassador from King 
James iii and viii to the Court of Vienna^' and on the 24th 
May following was created (by that King^} Baron O'Roura'e, 
of Carha, co. Leitrim [I], with remainder to the heirs-male of his 
body. On the 3131 July 1731 he had a fresh patent of the same 
date, but with a new preamble,' and on the same day (3TSt July 
1731) was further created Viscount of B^:effney, in Connaught 
[I], with the same remainder. His appointment at the Court of 
Vienna was renewed ' at his desire of the same date, but with 
' the change of the name Audeonus to Eugenius," i8th August 
1 73 1, and in July 1742 he had, *as a special mark of the Royal 
• favour, he having no children, and his lady being past the age 
' of having any,' a new patent,* but with precedency of the former, 
as Baron of Carha and Viscount of Breffney [I], with re- 
mainder, failing heirs-male of his body, to his cousin-german, 
Constantine O'Rourke, of Carha, Esquire, and the heirs-male of 
his body. 

' He had possibly been on a mission to the Emperor in 1715, for on the ist March 
1715 the Dulcc of Berwick writes to King James : 'We are assured M. 1 1^ \^t 5,5, 11, 29 

* (Kuerk) is a man of sense, and would be a titter person to employ near M. Ertn^ion (the 
' Emperor}'; and again, 10th March: ^1 am glad your Majesty is resolved sending 

* 0'R[uer]kto iM, Alain (Germany), but 1 humbly conceive his bustnes:] will not only be to 

* treat about 25, 11,46,28^87, &5,87,96, 11,23,55,69, 13,96, 13,20,37,55,11 (Prince Carles' 

* daug[li]ter), but also about M, Eriaglon's (tbe Emperor's) 69, 46, 69, 37, 55^ 11 (sister), 

* and for to watch an occasion to make a ftiendshipp betwixt M. Robinson (James) and 
' M. Erington, These points are ceftainly very essential.' On the t5th Match, how- 
ever, he writes : ' I Cannot think M. 0'R[uer]k*s journcy tO Mr, EringCon (the Emperor) 
' useJess, for all people at Alencon (England) ami at M, FredeHng^s (France) write 
' coaiinually of the great advantages could be had by a friendship or alliance with Mr. 
' Erington. 'Tis worth while at least to try' — as if tbe King bad changed his mind 
(Calendar of Stuart Papers^ i. P- 35' 't se^.). 

^ This sets forth his services as above^ and is endorsed: ' N.B. — The two above 
' warrants were both signed by the King the 13 July 1731, and the Preambles are In 

* Mr. O'Rouerkc'sowTi words contained in a letter he writ Lord Dunbar,' and in another 
handwriting : ^This warrant »as renewed again with alterations, viiU t'other VoqV. of 

* Entries.' 

* This is endorsed : *The Preamble of thig warrant is drawn exactly from that of a 
^ former one of the same date entered in the other Book of Entry's^ and from a letter 
' Mr. O'Rouerke now writes to Lord Dunbar- The present warrant was sig"ned by the 
' King in July I742, but of the same date as the former one above mentioned, viz. 
' '3 July 1731. which former one was returned by Mr. O'Rouerke lo the King and 

* destroyed by H.M.' 

This Owen O'Rourke was a well-known general in the armies of Maria I'hercia, as 
were also others of his name Count John O'Rourke was a distinguished officer in (he 
armi» ai Russia, Poland^ and France between 1760 and J 780, and another Count Owen 
O'Rourke married a niece of General de Lacy (see Wa]ke.r'& ffi&erttiem MugoMinf, 
17821 p. 144)- 





BROWNE, Earl of [I]. 

1. GEORGE BROWNE or BROWN. Count of the Holy 
Roman Empire, Lieutenant-General of the armies of His 
Imperial and Catholic Majesty, Counsellor of War, and Colonel 
of a regiment of infantry in his said Majesty's service, a 
Jacobite exile descended from the family of Browne of Camus, ^ 
CO. Limerick* was on the 12th April 1726 created by King 
James III and VIII j9.^^t;y/0A [ ], y/scoi///T of^ \ 

and £aal of [^Broivue] [1], with remainder, failing heirs-male 
of his body, to his brother, Ulysses Browne,^ and the heirs- 

' Sec Ferrar's History of Limerick, p. 348, where [here is a somewhat confused 
account of this family. 

* This Ulysses Browne, an Irish Jacobite exile, was a colonel of cavalry in 
the Austrian army, and was made a Baron of the Empire by the Emperor Charles vi 
(not Charles v, as in the Dictionary of National Bio^aphy) for his military services. 
He was father of 

Ulysses Maximilian BkOWNEor Bkown, Count ef the Holy Roman Empire, Baron 
of Camus und Mounlany^^XiA Field-Marshal in the Imperial service, who was born at 
Basle (Dictionary 0/ Nafienai Biography) or at Limerick (Dalton, p, 322), 2;^rd October 
1705, was probably educated at Limerick Diocesan School, and in 1715 was invited to 
Hungary by hi^ iinclc, the Karl erf Bro^one, who (was in command of an infantry 
regiment there. 1 le was present at the siege of Belgrade, and was a Colonel at twenty 
in 1715, He accompanied his uncle in the expedition to Corsica in 1730, and at twenty- 
nine in 1734 was in command of an infantry regiment in Italy, being the same ytar 
appotnied by the Emperor Charles vi a member of the Aniic Coiancil of War. On the 
accession of the Empress Queen Maria Theresa he was made Field* Marshal Lieutenant, 
and given command of the army in Silesia; P.C. 1743. la the campaign in Italy, 1743- 
1748^ he greatly distinguished himself at the battle of Piacema, ijih June 1745, and was 
in command of the Imperial troops wlia crossed theVarand entered Fiance, afterwards 
conducting a masterly retreat. On the Convention of Nizza, 1749, he returned to 
Vienna, and was in command in Transylvania and afterwards in Bohemia ; Rnight of 
the Polish Order of the White Eagle, 1752 ; Field-Marshal, 1753. He was struck by a 
cannon-ball while beading a bayonet charge of grenadiers on the Prussian lines before 
the walls of Prague, 6th May [757, which shattered one of his legs. He was carried 
from the field, and died of his wounds al Prague 36th June following {a few minutes 
after hearing of the victory of Kollin, won an the l8th by his cousin Earl Bro^ne\ 
leaving behind him *the reputation of a consumniate general ard an able and successful 
* negotiator.' His life was published in French and German, 1757. He married, when 
twenty-one, in 1726, the Countess Maria Philipine von Martinez, daughter of George 
Adam, Count of Martinez, sometime Viceroy of Naples, by whom, who was granted a 
pension by the Empress, he had two son^ (see Dictionary 0/ National Biography and 
D'Alton's King James' Irish Army Usf, 1689). See a]so Ferrar's History 0/ Uttttrick, 
p. 34S, where mention iis made of George, Baron Brown, Covernor of Dcva in Transyl- 
vania, who married the Counters of Rohdt, niece of the Prince of Constance ; of a 
Colonel George Brown, killed at the battle of Guasialla in Italy ; and of a Colonel Brown 
who served with the French at Savannah in America and was killed there, and whose 
uncle. Marshal Brown, died at Vienna 1784. Concerning the above-named Colonel 
Brown, the French mitilary records show thai Thomas Browne, born iBth October 1732 
at Castelloffre {sic).> Ireland, entered the Dillon regiment as a cadet 1st June 1747, and 
was dangerously wounded at the battle of Laufeld 2nd July that year 1 became 



male of his body. In 1715 he was Colonel of an infantry 
regiment in Hungary, and in 1730 was in command of the 
Imperial forces that invested Corsica. He was apparently the 
father of 

n. GEORGE (BROWNE), second Earl ofIBrowne\ etc. 
[I], and Count of the Holv Roman Empire, son and heir of 
the preceding, bom at Limerick, 15th June 1698, educated at 
Limerick Diocesan School. I n his twenty-seventh year he entered 
the service of the Elector Palatine, from which he passed in 1730 
to that of Russia. He distinguished himself In the Polish, 
French, and Turkish wars, and had risen to the rank of General, 
with command of 30,000 men, when he was taken prisoner by 
the Turks at Krolke in 1738. After being three times sold 
as a slave he obtained his freedom through the intercession 
of the French Ambassador, Villencuve; and remaining some 
lime in Constantinople in his slave's costume, succeeded in 
discovering some important state secretSt which he carried 
to St. Petersburg. In recognition of this special service he was 
raised by the Empress Anna to the rank of Major-General, and 
in this capacity accompanied General Lacy on his first expedition 
to. Finland. On the outbreak of the Swedish war his tactical 
skill was displayed to great advantage, and in the seven years' 
war he rendered important assistance as Lieutenant-General 
under his cousin, Field-Marshal Browne, His fortunate diver- 
sion of the enemy's attack at Kollin, tSth June i757» and again 
at Zorndorf, 25th August J 758, chiefly contributed to those 
victories. By Peter in he was made a Field- Marshal, and given 
chief command in the Danish War. Governor of Livonia, 1762 
to (his death' in) 1792, where he administered affairs 'with 

* remarkable practical sagacity and with great advantage, both 

• to the supreme Government and to the varied interests of 
' the inhabitants.' He died 18th February 1792.* He married 

Lieutenant Hformi 12th November following ; Foot Lieutenant isl August 1756 ; 2nd 
Captain 1st June 1757 ; Knight of St, Louis iStb February 1763 ; Captain r*/flrwi/ 231 d 
March 1763; Aide-Major ist January 1766; given a company 31SI December 1766; 
Colonel inlhcarmy 33rcl January 1771 1; Captain-cDmmandanlofa company of chasseurs 
5ih June 1776 ; Major dttto joih January 1778, and was killed at srege of Savannah gtli 
October 1779. 

^ Some time before his death he handed his resipiation to the Empress Catherine, 
'Monsieur !e Comte, rrfpondit-elle, rien ne doit nous sf^parer que !a mort.' 

' Dictioftary of National Biography. Other accgunts yive the date of his death as 
rSih September, 




[ ], fourth daughter of Peter, Count Lacy, Field-Marshal 

in the Russian service (born 1698, died i75i)> by the Countess 
Martha Feuchen de Loeser. He had issue, two sons.^ 

1792 HI. [ ] (BROWNE), third Earl of Browne, etc. [I], 

and Count of the Holy Roman Empire, elder son and heir. 

BURNTISLAND, Earl of [S], 

i.€, * Burntisland' Earldom of (Drummond), created 17th 
April 1692, with ^ Mklfort^' Dukedom of, which see. 


BUTLER, Baron [I]. 

I. RICHARD BUTLER was on the ist April 1727 created 
by King James 111 and viii Baron Butler [I], with remainder to 
the heirs-male of his body.' 

BUTLER, Baronet [EJ 

1743 \. JAMES BUTLER was on the 23rd December 1743 

~ created by King James ni and vni a Knight and Baronet [EJ, 
for special service in that country. 


i.e. ' Bullincuel,' ^^^<?-a^ o/- (Goring), created 2nd January 
1722, with * Goring f' Viscounty of, which see. 

CARHA, Baron of [\\ 

i.e. ' Carna^' CO. Leitrtm, Barony of (O'Rourke), created 
July 1742, with ^Breffnev,' Viscounty of, which see. 

' Farrer says (p. 349] General and Colonel Brown, now (1787) in the Emperor'e 

' He was probjihly either ilie Richard Butler, 'the son of gcnlJe parents of co. 

* Kilkenny/ who had a declaration of his noblesse from James ill and vin^ 23rd 
March 1703, or the one ' residing at Si. Malo, and descended from the old and gentle 

* house of Pautsiown, co. Kilkenny/ who had a similar dedaraliont t8th July 1712. In 
the St. Germains Registers, 26th October 1692^ is a note of the baptism of James 
Francis Richard, son of Captain Richard Butler, the Prince of Wales being spons^or. 




CAHIRAVAHILLA, Viscount ol [I]. 

I. DOMINICK ROCHE, Alderman of Limerick, son of 1689/90 
Jordan Oge Roche, Mayor of Limerick (in 1639), by his wife 
Marne O'Brien, widow of a Butler surnamed Moura Trowla," 
presented a petition on the Restoration to the Court of Claims, 
praying that the estates of Newcastle, Mungrel, and Cahirava- 
hilla, all within the liberties of Limerick, and which had been 
confiscated under Cromwell, might be restored to him. He is 
said to have been created by King James 11 and vii, when in 
Ireland in 1689 or 1690, Bakon Takbert and Viscount of 
Cahiravahilla [I]. He married Agnes Burke of Cahirmakel/ 
and had issue.^ 

CARGILL. Viscount [S]. 

i.e. * Carg/ll' Viscounty of (Drummond), created 1701, 
with ' pERTff^' Dukedom OF^ which see. 


L JOHN CARYLL of Goodward, and Lady Holt in Harting, 
Sussex,' eldest son and heir of John Caryll of Lady Holt and 
West Grinstead, by the Hon. Catherine, fourth and youngest 
daughter of William (Petre), second Baron Petre [E], was bap- 
tized at Harting, 2nd November 1626, educated at St. Omer, and 
succeeded his father 15th August 1681. As a Roman Catholic 

* AyhearA, 397, Ulster Office, 

" S<* Farrcr's History of Umerick, 1787, p. 352, where bis g^randsons are stated to 
have been Thomas Kocht of Dtiblic, Esq.^ and Sir Boyle Roche, first Baronet [1], 
This latter, according to the Dictionary ef National Biograpky (which is, however, 
silent as to his fiarentage), was born 1743, entered the army, and distinguished himself 
in the American War; was M,P. for Tralee 1776- 1777. for Gowran 1777-17S3, for 
PortarliDgton 1783-1790^ for Tralee aigaia 1790-1797, and for Old Leighton 1798-180I ; 
was Created a Baronet [1], 30th Novemter 1782 ; and died s.p. at Ecdc Street, 
Dublin^ jth June 1807, having martJed Mary, eldest daughter of Admiral Sir Thomas 
FranVland of Great Thirkleby Hall, Yorks. ... In a MS. pedigree of the family 
{Ayl-ward, 397) in the USster OfficKj for sending him a copy of which the Editor has to 
thank Sir Arthur Vicars, Dominick Roche, Lord Cahiravahilla^ is said to have had a 
son^. Jordan Roche, who, by his wife Eleanor, daughter of Colonel John White of 
Rahagogan,, co. Limerick, was father of Sir Boyle Roche, Baronet. 

' The Carylls had been seated al Harting since the end of the sixteenth century. 
I^rd CarylV i i^Xhxx was a noted Royalist and suffered heavily during the Common- 
wealth. He compounded for bis estates by payment of j£3020, the largest amount paid 
by any Sussex gentleman. 

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he fell under suspicion in the panic at the time of the alleged 
Popish Plot of 1679, and was committed to the Tower, but was 
shortly released on bail. On the accession of King James it 
and vti he was selected as the English agent at the Court of 
Rome, where, says Macaulay, he ' acquitted himself of his 
' delicate errand with good sense and good feeling. The business 

* confided in him was well done ; but he assumed no public 

* character, and carefully avoided all display/ His mission, 
therefore, put the government to scarcely any charge and excited 
scarcely any murmurs. Being recalled in 1686, he was appointed 
Secretary to the Queen Consort, Mary of Modena, and early the 
following year was with other Roman Catholics put into the 
commission of the peace. On the Revolution he followed the 
Royal Family into exile, being much esteemed by both the King 
and Queen. At James's special request his estates were exempted 
by William of Orange from confiscation ; but in 1696, on the dis- 
covery of the so-called Assassination Plot, it being found that he 
had supplied Sir George Barclay with a sum of money to purchase 
horses and arms* he was attainted and his property seized by the 
Crown. It was afterwards redeemed by his nephew, on pay- 
ment of ^6000. He was joint Secretary of State with the 
Earl of Middleton [S], 1694-1696, and before the 29th January 
1698/9* was created Baron Caryll of Dunford \i.e. Durford], 
in Harting, Sussex [E], with apparently special remainder to the 
issue-male of his brothers. After the death of King James 11 and 
VII he appears again as Secretary to the Queen Regent, Mary of 
Modena, which post he continued to hold until his death s.p. at 
St- Germains-en-Laye, 4th September 171 1, aged eighty-six. He 
was buried, near King James, In the church of the English 
Dominicans at Paris. A tablet was erected to his memory in 
the Scots College." Will, dated 9th November 1707, with 
codicils of the i6th December 1707, 2nd September 1708, 9th 
October tygS, 4th April 1711, and gth July 171K He married 

> When he signs a warrant " Dunford,' 

' The inscription is printed tn fuU in the Colt, TqP- (t Gen., vii. p. 42, Pope wrote 
an epitaph on him, and sent it to hl$ ncphrw, which began — 

''A maul]' form; a bold, yel tuodtst mind j 
Sincere, though prudent j constants yet resigned ; 
Honour UDchanged, Apilnciplfi professed 
Fixed to one lidc, but madcrate (o the rest : 
An hooesl courtier, and a p&triot too ; 
Just to hii prince^ and to bis country tmCi' 



early in life Margaret, daughter and co-heir of Sir Maurice 
Drummond» who died in 1656. Lord Carvll figures among 
the minor poets of Charles ii's time. Macaulay says that he was 
* known to his contemporaries as a man of fortune and fashion, 
' and the author of two successful plays/ In 1700 he published 
anonymously an English version of the Psalms, probably designed 
more particularly for the use of the Royal Household. 

n. JOHN (CARYLL), second Baron Caryll of Dvr- 
\rd, nephew and heir-male of the preceding, being eldest son 
and heir of Richard Caryll of West GHnstead Place, Sussex, 
by Johanna, second daughter of Sir Henry Bedingfeld, first 
Baronet [E], by Margaret, daughter and heiress of Edward Paston 
of Appleton, Norfolk ; which Richard was fifth, but next brother, 
who had issue, of the first Lord Caryll, He was born at West 
Grinstead 9th, and baptized 12th, December 1667; succeeded his 
father at West Grinstead ist May 1701, and his uncle at Lady 
Holt in Harting 4th September 1711. He lived quietly on his 
estate^ and Is chiefly distinguished as the friend of Pope. He 
died April 1736, being buried at Harting the 17th of that month. 
He married, and January 1686, Elizabeth, daughter of John 
Harrington of Orle Place, Sussex, and by her, who died and was 
buried at Harting 25th October 1723, he had issue : — 

I. Hon, John Caryll, baptized at West Grinstead 28th 
December 1687^ died v,p, 6th, and was buried at 
Harting 8th, April 1718. He married (marriage- 
settlement dated 12th July), (713^ Lady Mary, only 
daughter of Kenneth (Mackenzie), fourth Earl and 
first Marquis of Seaforth [S], K.T. , by Lady Frances, 
second daughter of William (Herbert), first Dukb 
OF Powis [E], and by her, who remarried Francis 
(Sempill), second Lord Sempjll [S], and died in 
London 14th April, and was buried at Harting in 
the Caryll Chapel i6th April 1740,* he had issue : — 
(i) John Baptist Caryll, third Baron Caryll^ 
(2) A child died at birth. 


1 Tbe following curious doGument is preserved among tlie Caryll CoTrespcdidence 
(Add. MsS. 28, 230, p. 34}; *Vou3 estes prier d'assister au Service pour le repos de 

* I'Aine de Haule ei Puissante Dame, Madame Marie Mackenzie, Veuve de My Lord 

* Caryll, Baron d« Uunford, Seignur de Lady Holt et aulrei Lieun, Pair d'Angkterre, 
d^c^dec a Londres le 14" du present mois ; qui se sera Mardy 26 Avril 1740, a neuf 



{3) Elizabeth Caryll, born 1713; died unmarried 





rn 21st January 171 
unmarried 1728. 
(5) Catherine Caryll (twin with her sister), born 
2ist January 1718; died 1747, about three 
months after her marriage with the Hon. 
J. F. Gage, commonly called Count Gage, 

2. Hon. Richard Caryll, S. J., born 1692 ; entered the 

Society of Jesus, 7th September 171 1; Priest at 
Lady*s Holt, 1718, known as Paul Kelly; died at 
Stapehill, i8th February 1750, buried at Hampres- 
ton, s.p. 

3. Hon. Edward Caryll, born 1695, buried at Harting, 

2nd June 1766; married, first, before 1743. Catherine, 
daug^hter of Nathaniel Pigott of Whitlon, co. Surrey, 
and by her, who died 1 747, and was buried at Harting, 
he had a daughter. 

(1) Elizabeth Caryll, buried at Harting, 13th 
April 1743. 
He married, secondly, Anne, daughter of Richard 
Harcourt, by the Hon. Henrietta, daughter of Henry 
(Browne), fifth Viscount Montagu [E]^ but appears 
to have had no further issue. 

4. Hon. Henry Caryll, Page to the King of Poland, 

the father of Mary Leczinska, Queen Consort of 
Louis XV., born 1702 ; died 1726, 

5. Hon. Elizabeth Caryll, born 1686/7; professed, 1708; 

nun of the Holy Sepulchre at Liege, 1713; died 

6. Hon. Catherine Caryll, baptized ijih October 1686; 

died unmarried 26th May 1759. 

7. Hon. Mary Caryll, a nun (Dame Romana), O.S.B. 

at Dunkirk; died i8th July 1758. 

' heures du matin en E^lise du College des Ecossois, sossex S. Victor, Messieurs et 
* dames s'y trouveront, s'il Icur pEaist 

* Un de profundis.' 
As her husband died v.p. he was never Ujrd Caryll, but Lady Mary appeared to 
have alvvayi Used In France the title of Comifise de Caryll. In Denristoun's Memoirs of 
Sir Robert Strange he speaki of her son as Eari 0/ Carlyii ; and says he was so created 
at the same time that his uncle was made Marquis ef Sea/erlh, i.e. some twenty years 
before he was bom. 



8. HoH. Arabella Caryll, a nun (Dame Betiedlcla), O.S.B. 
at Dunkirk; professed, 1714 ; died there, 7th July 


9. Hon. Fanny Caryli, 6th October 1794 ; a novice nun 

of the Holy Sepulchre at Ll^ge ; died during her 
la Hon, Anne (Nanny) Caryll, bom February 1699; a 
nun at Li^ge. 

III. JOHN BAPTIST (CARYLL). third Baboh Cahyll 
OF DuRFORD, g^randson and heir of the preceding, born and 
baptized at Harting, 13th December 1713; succeeded his grand- 
father, April 1736, and getting into difficulties, sold the West 
Grinstead estate about 1745, and in 1767 parted with the equity 
of redemption of the West Harting property to Mr. (afterwards 
Sir William) Burrell, the mortgagee of the estates. Proceeding 
to France he entered the Household of Charles iii. He was 
deputed to meet the Princess Louisa of Stolberg at Loreto, and 
escort her to Nacerrata, where she was married, 17th April 177^1 
to the King. He, who had been made a K.T., was, about 
1768, appointed Secretary of State, which post he probably 
continued to hold until about 1777, when he appears to have 
returned to France and to have settled at Maisons-sur-Seine 
until 1783, when he retired to Dunkirk, where he died in the rue 
de Nieuport, 7th March 1788, aged seventy-four. He was buried 
there the lolh March following.' Will dated 11th April 17S5.' 

' 'Jean Baptiste Caryll. L'an tie grace mil sept cent quatre-vingt-httit, le 
' dixi^me jour de, Jc^ soussig^m^ vicaire, apr^s le service de la cloche ditte Marie, 
' chants par Monsieur Macquet cure de cette paraissc ct doyen de ta. ctir^iicntiif, ai 

* enterr^ au cimeti&re, Ic corps de Messir Jean Baptiste CaryU, homine veiif, k%i de 
' ?4 ans, oatif de Ladybolt, province de Sussex en Angleterre, itcuycr, grande croix 
' de I'ordre de St. Andre, pair du Royaume d'Angleterre, ddciSdi? le sept de ce mois, 

* dang son domicile, rue de Nieuport, admintstre des S.S. sacrements ordinaires. Ont 

* i\€ tdmoins le sieur, et Mr. Francois Bishop, pr^tre et directeur des dames Anglaises 

* et le sieur et Mr. Pierre de Marseman qui ont sign^ un double avec moi, jour^ mois et 
' an que dessus. 

' Si^^ Francois Bishop, pt^tre V. de Marseman, Pbter. Z.P. Renier, vicaire.* 
' See Wtst CHmtead et les Carylt, by Max de Trenqualion, two vols., Paris, 1893 ; 
Elwes' CastUs^ Mansiens, and Manors of West Sussex, p. 253 ; and the Rev. H. D. 
Gordon's History of Hurting^ 1S77. A ^ood account of the first Lord Caryil '\% in the 
DicHonaty of National Biography. \\ will be observed that Gordon (p, 343) says that 
John Bapttste Frances, bom 13th December 1713, the elder son of the Hon. John 
Caryll, died aged four, and that the third Lord Caryll was 4 posthumou? child born in 
France. As, however, the latter was seventy-four at the time of death in 1788, he was 
evidently the child born at Harting in Decenrkber 1713. 



He married, first (marriage-settlement dated May), J73S, the 
Hon. Dorothy Frances, youngerdaughter of William (Molyneux), 
fourth Viscount Molyneux [I], by Bridget, daughter and heiress 
of Robert Lucy of Cherlecote, co. Warwick. She died s.f>. 
November 1760. He married, secondly, Mary Scarisbrick of 
Lancashire, who died s.p, at M ai son s-sur- Seine, 27th October 
1783, aged about forty, and waa buried there, 39th October 


i.e. '^Castblbianco and St, Andrews' Dukedom of (de 
Bozas), created 4th February 1717. See 'St. Andrews,' 



i.€, * Castleinch,^ CO. Tipperary, Baromy op (MacCarty), 
created 1st May i68g, with ' Movntcashell^' ViscouNry of, 
which sec 


\. DANIEL O'BRIEN or OBRYAN, son of Morough 
O'Brien, Colonel of an Irish regiment in the French service, 
was on 17th March 1726 created by James in and viii BaroU 
OF Castle Lyons [I]. On iith October 1746 he was further 
created Baron of [ ], Viscount of Talloi^^ and Earl 

OF LisMQRE [I]. See ' Lismqre,^ Earldom of [I], created 1746. 


i,e. * Castle MA ins' Barony 0^ (Drummond), created 17th 
April 1692, with ' Melfort,' Dukedom of^ which see. 

1 ' Le J9 octobre 17S3, par nous pr£tre cmi de Mesnil le Roy, en presence dc 
' Monsieur le curd de Maisonfi,avec son a.uthorisat;c>n, n i\€ ijihum^e, dans un cavetu, 
' »itu^ pr^s La principale porte de I'^glise de cette paroisse^ tr&s haute et tr^s puissante 
' dame, Marie Swarbrick, native de la province de Lancasirc en Angteterre, epousd de 

* Lord Caryll, paird'Angleterre^ resident en cette paroisse depuis six ans. 

' L'inhumation de la dite dame, kg€& d'environ 40 ans et di?c(?d^e le 27 octobre, oil 

* furent presents M. Franc, prctre habitu^ de la paroisse de Saint Gertnaitiii-en-Laye> 
' M. Jean Gilford, ^cuyer, ne en Anjlelerre, present au Mcsntl-le-Roy et autrcs 

* personnel de cette paroise que ont signc avcc nous. 

* Flint, cur«£ du Mcsnil-le-Roy. 

^ £. Ftysc, conseiller, medecin du Roy. 

' Cassan, desservant de Carritrc-Saint Denis. 

*■ BaroD, curt* de Maiaons.' 



CASTLEROSSE, Baron [1]. 

i.e. ' Castlerosse,* Barony of (Browne), created 20th April 
1689, with ' Kenmare,' Viscounty of, which see. 

CHESTER, Earl of [E]. 



(STUART), Prince of England and Scotland, Duke of 
Cornwall [E] and Rothesay [S], eldest son and heir-apparent 
of King James in and viii, was born in Rome 31st December 
1720, and was created or declared shortly after his birth Prince 
OF Wales, and (by consequence?)^ Earl of Chester. K.G. and 
K.T. before 1745. On ist January 1766 he succeeded his father 
as de jure King of England, Scodand, France, and Ireland. He 
died s.pJ. 31st January 1788. 

CHEVELEY, Viscount of [E]. 

i.^. ^Cbevelsy^ CO. Cambridge, Viscounty of (Jermyn)» 
created 9th July 1689, with 'Dover,' Earldom of^ which see. 

CHIEFLY, Viscount of the [E]. 
See * Cssveley,' co. Cambridge, Viscount of. 

CLANRANALD, Baroness [SJ. 

Allan Macdonald, fourteenth Chief of Clanranald, and daughter 
of Colonel Alexander Mackenzie^ Governor of Tangiers under *^^^ 
Charles 11, by Louisa Bouvinot, was on 28th September 1716 
created by James in and viii Baroness Clanranald [S]. Her 
husband (to whom she was married at Sl Germains gth October 
1694) had been one of the most devoted and faithful of the 
adherents of the House of Stuart. He had been with Dundee 
at Killiecranliie, and afterwards, refusing to take the oaths of 
allegiance to William of Orange, had retired to France. He 
resided for some time at the Court of St. Germains, and after- 
wards served under the Duke of Berwick. On the Peace of 

1 Sm The Compute Petrage^ ii. p. 230, for a skmilar csise— that of Charles u. 



Ryswick, loth September 1697^ he returned to Scotland, and fixed 
his residence at Ormiclate House in South Uist. In i/ishe joined 
Mar at the head of his clan, and was mortally wounded leading 
the rig:ht wing of the Jacobite army at the battle of Sheriff- 
muir, 13th November 1715, and died at Drummond Castle the 
day following, aged forty, and was buried at Innerpeffray, near 
Crieff, in the Perth family burial-place.^ She died s.p. in 
Edinburgh 1743, and was buried there. 






younger son of Donald Macdonald of Clanranald, by Marion, 
daughter of John MacLeod of MacLeod, was born at Castle 
Tirrim about 1677; succeeded his elder brother, Allan (above 
named), in the Chiefship of his clan 14th November 1705, and 
was created by James in and viii, 28th September 1716, Barok 
Clanramald [S]. with remainder to his heirs-male. He did not 
return to Scotland after his brother's death, and died, unmarried, 
in the Faubourg St. Germains, Paris, r3th June 1725^ and was 
buried in the Church of St. Sulpice there. 

H. DONALD MACDONALD, second Barqn Clan- 
RANALD, second cousin and heir-male of the preceding, son and 
heir of Ranald Oig Macdonald of Benbecula, by his first wife» 
[ ], daughter of M'Neill of Barra, which Ranald Oig 

was the elder son of Ranald Macdonald of Benbecula, third 
but second surviving son of Allan Macdonald of Clanranald, 
the great -great-grand father (by his eldest son) of the first 
Baron Clanranald. He was born at Borve Castle, Benbecula; 
succeeded his second cousin once removed in the Barony 
and Chiefship of Clanranald, 13th June 1725, and died at 
Nunton, Benbecula, 1730, and was buried there in St. Mary's 
churchyard. He married, first, Janet, sister of the first Lord^ 
only daughter of Donald Macdonald of Clanranald^ by Marion, 
daughter of John MacLeod of MacLeod. She was born at Castle 
Tirrim aforesaid, and died at Nunton, and was buried there 
with her husband. He married, secondly, Margaret, daughter 

* For particulars as to the dates and places of birth, death, and burial of the Chiefs 
of Clanranald and of their wives, the Editor is iodebted to the Rev. A. J. Macdonald of 
Kiilearnan, author of A Hisivry of dan VtfnaltL 



of George Mackenzie of Kildun. SHe was born at Kildun^ and 
died at Nunton, and was buried there. He had issue by his 
first wife an only son, and by his second a son and daughter. 

1. Ranald, Master of Clanranald, his heir. 

2. Hon. Alexander Macdonald of Boisdale. 

3. Hon. Anne Macdonald, married Lochlan M'Kinnen of 

in. RANALD (MACDONALD), third Baron Clan^ 
RANALD, son and heir of the preceding, born at Nunton 1692 ; 
succeeded his father 1730. In 1745 he was the first chief to 
whom Prince Charles appealed, but he declined to join him 
and prevented his island clansmen from rising, although his son 
and the clansmen of the mainland did so. He continued to 
reside quietly on Benbecula during the war, but after Culloden 
he and his wife gave most active assistance to the Prince, and it 
was by their means that their kinswoman Flora was enabled to 
effect the Prince's escape^ He was afterwards arrested, but 
nothing being proved against him, he was released. In 1753 he 
resigned the greatly impoverished estates to his son, and died at 
Nunton, 6th March 1766, and was buried there. He married 
Margaret, daughter of William MacLeod of Bernera. She was 
born at Bernera, and died at Ormiclate, Uist, 20th September 
T780, and was buried at Nunton. He had issue : — 

1. Ranald, Master of Clanranald-, his heir. 

2. Hon. Donald Macdonald, an officer in the army, killed 
at Quebec, 13th September 1759. 

3. Hon. Margaret Macdonald, died unmarried. 

IV. RANALD (MACDONALD). fourth Baron Clan- 
RANALD, elder son and heir of the preceding ; born at Nunton 1722; 
educated at St. Germains. On the arrival of Prince Charles 
in Loch nan Uamh he went on board the Douielle, and finding 
the Prince had come without arms or funds, he endeavoured to 
dissuade him from the enterprise ; but finding Charles resolved, 
he immediately raised the clan and joined the Prince with two 
hundred and fifty men, being the first chief that did so. After 
the raising of the Standard at Glenfinnan, 19th August 1745, he 
was sent to Dundee with five hundred men, and proclaimed 
King James there, 8th September. He led the clan at the battle 
of Prestonpans, 31st September, gave a large bond to enable the 

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army to leave Edinburgh, took part in the advance to Derby, 
was present at Clifton, 17th December 1745, at Falkirk, i6th 
January, and at Culloden, i6th April 1746, where he was severely 
wounded. After that fatal defeat he escaped first to Inverness 
and then to Moidart, where he remained in hiding for some time. 
From thence he proceeded to Brahan Castle, where he was 
married, and afterwards embarked with his wife as * Mr. and 
' Mrs. Black ' at Cromarty for London, whence they passed 10 
France. He entered the French army as Lieutenant of the 
Scottish infantry regiment of Ogllvy, 28th February 1747* and 
served through the campaigns of 1747 and 1748 in Flanders as 
Aide-de-camp to Marshal Saxe^ and was charged with conveying 
the news of the Marshal's death to Louis xv. In 1753, taking 
advantage of the fact that in the Act of Attainder he was called 
by mistake Donald instead of Ranald, he quitted the French 
army, 26th July, claimed the benefit of the indemnity, and 
returned home, where he lived quietly for the rest of his days. 
He succeeded his father, 6th March 1766, and died at Nunton, 
2nd October 1776, and was buried there. He married, first, at 
Brahan, 1746, Mary, daughter of Basil Hamilton, M.P., by his 
wife, Isabella, daughter of Lo/ci? Alexander Mackenzie. She 
died nth May 1750, aged thirty. He married, secondly. Flora, 
daughter of [ ] Mackinnon of Mackinnon, who died at 

Edinburgh, 1820, and was buried at Holyrood. He had issue 
by his first wife an only son, and by his second two sons and 
three daughters : — 

1. Charles James Somerled, Master of Clanranald, born 

in France, May 1750; died there, 1756, aged five, 

2. John, Master of Clanranald, his heir. 

3. Hon. James Macdonald, an officer in the army. 

4. Hon, Margaret Macdonald, died unmarried. 

5. Hon, Mary Macdonald, died unmarried. 

6. Hon, Penelope Macdonald, married at Edinburgh, 2nd 

March 1789, William (Hamilton), seventh Lord 
Belhaven and Stenton [S], who died 29th October 
1814. She died 5th May 1816, leaving issue. 

1776 V. JOHN (MACDONALD), fifth Baron Clanranald, 

second but elder surviving son and heir of the preceding, bom 

*794 a^t Nunton 30th December 1761 ; succeeded his father, 2nd 

October r776. He entered the army, and became Captain m 


the 22nd dragoons. He retired, and afterwards lived quietly 
on his estates, and died at Edinburgh, i8th November 1794, 
and was buried at Holyrood, He married, first, Katherine, 
daughter of the Right Honourable Robert Macqueen of Brax- 
fieldj Lord Justice-Clerk of Scotland. She, who was divorced, 
died at Hartlepool 1844, He married^ secondly, Jean, daughter 
of Colin Macdonald of Boisdale. She was born at Boisdale, 
South Uist, and died s.p, at Edinburgh, 2nd June 1847, and was 
buried at Holyrood. He had issue : — 

1. Reginald George, Master of Clanranald^ his heir. 

2. Hon. Robert Johnstone Macdonald. 

3. Hon, Donald Macdonald, 

DONALD), sixth Bakon Clanranald, eldest son and heir of 
the preceding, born at Edinburgh 29th August 17S8 ; educated 
at Eton and abroad; succeeded his father, iSth November 1794; 
J. P. and D.L,, co. Inverness; M.P. for Plympton» 1812-1824; 
from 1816-1825 he was engaged in the celebrated controversy 
with Colonel Alaisdalr Macdonald of Glengarry as to the 
Chiefship of the clan Donald. Before 1837 he sold most of the 
family estates, retaining only the ruins of Castle Tirrim and 
the island of Riska in Loch Moidart. He died in Clarendon 
Road, London, nth March 1873, and was buried in Brompton 
Cemetery. He married first, 1 3th February i S 1 2, Lady 
Caroline Anne, second daughter of Richard (Edgcumbe), second 
Earl of Mount-Edgcumbe [G B], by his wife, Lady Sophia, third 
daughter and co-heir of John (Hobari), second Earl of Buck- 
inghamshire [G B]. She was born 22nd October 1792, and died 
in Edinburgh, 10th April 1824, and was buried at Holyrood. 
He married, secondly, Anne Selby, Dowager-Baroness Ash- 
burton [G B], daughter of William Cunningham of Lainshaw, 
by his wife, Margaret Nicholson, daughter of the Hon. George 
Cranstoun. She died 8th July 1835, and he married thirdly, 
November 1S55, Elizabeth Rebecca, daughter of [ ] 

Newman. He had issue only by his first wife, viz. : — 

1. Reginald John, Master of Clanranalp^ his heir. 

2. Hon. Caroline Sophia Macdonald, married, 8th Sep- 
tember 1842, the Hon, Charles Henry Oust, M,F., 
who died 23rd May 1875. She died i6th October 
1887, leaving issue. 




3, Hon. Emma Hamilla Macdonald, married, 21st April 

1840, Rev. the Hon. Alfred Wodehouse, who died 
6th September 1848. She died 5th April 1852, 
leaving issue. 

4. Hon. Louisa Emtly Macdonald, married first, 13th 

April 1 84 1, Charles William Marsham of Stratton 
Strawless, who died v,p. 13th December 1852, leaving 
issue. She married secondly, as second wife, 4th 
December 1856, Colonel Hugh Fitzroy, and died 
13th February 1897, leaving issue. 

5. Hon. Flora Clementina Isabel Macdonald, sometime 

Maid of Honour and Woman of the Bedchamber to 
Queen Victoria, died 25th December 1899. 

6, Hon, Annie Sarah Macdonald, married firsts 2nd April 

1848, Alfredo Salvatore Ruggioro Andrea (di Sant' 
Andrea), Baron Porcelli di Sant' Andrea [Sicily], who 
died 1 8th January 1884. She married secondly. Major 
Woolhouse, and died i8th August 1S97, leaving issue. 

Baron Clanranald, K.C.B., K.C.S.I., etc, only son and heir 
of the preceding, born 7th October 181 9; entered the Royal 
Navy, 1S33 ; served in the Carlist War, 1837-1838 ; promoted to 
be Post-Captain, 1854^ for services on the West Coast of Africa ; 
Rear-Admiral, 1870; Vice-Admiral, 1877; Commander-in-Chief 
in East Indies, 1875-187S, and at the Nore, 18S1-1S84 ; raised a 
force of one thousand Royal Naval Coast Volunteers at Greenock, 
1859, for which he was thanked by the Government ; commanded 
the squadron of honour sent to Alexandria to invest the Khedive 
with the G.C.B., and was attached to the Duke of Abercorn's 
special mission to the King of Italy in 1878, He died in 
London, rsth December 1899* and was burled there. He 
married, 12th June 1855, the Hon. Adelaide Louisa, second 
daughter of George John (Vernon), fifth Baron Vernon [G B], 
by his first wife, Isabella Caroline, daughter of Cuthbert Ellison 
of Hebburn, co. Durham, M.P. She, who was born 6th September 
1831, survives. He had issue \- — 

1 . Allan Douglas, Master of Clanranald^ his heir. 

a, Hon, Angus Roderick Macdonald, born April 1858 j 
married 1884 Leucoline Helen, daughter of the 
Rev. Henry Clarke, M.A. 



3. Hon, Adelaide Effrida Macdonald. 

4, Hon, Maud Macdoaald, 

Baron Clanranald and twenty-seventh Captain and Chief of 
his clan, iatt Captain R.A., born April 1856; succeeded his 
father, i5ih December 1899. 

CLERMONT, Viscount [E]. 

i,e. ' Clermont^ Viscounty of (Middleton), created before 
17th October 1701, with 'Monmouth^ Earldom of^ which see. 

CLEWORTH, Baron [E]. 

L JOHN (DRUMMOND), first Earl, and afterwards 
Duke of Melfort [S], was by patent, dated at Dubhn>^ 7th 
August 1689, created by James \i and vii (after the revolution 
in England) Baron Cleworth (i.e, Clewer^ near Windsor), co. 
Berks [E], with like special remainder as that with which the 
Scottish Earldom had been conferred. See 'Melfort^ Duke of. 


CONCRAIG, Baron \S\ 

Ls. * CoNCRAiG* Barony of (Drummond), created 1701, with 
' Pbrth^^ Dukedom of, which see. 

CONNOCK, Baronet [E]. 

I. WILLIAM CONNOCK, Esq., grandson of George 
Connock, born 1575, a younger son of the family of Connock of 
Treworgy, co. Cornwall,* was on 22nd February 1732 created 
by King James iii and viii a Knight and BARONET\K]y with 
remainder to his grandson, Joseph Connock, son of the deceased 
Sir Ttmon Connock, Knight, ' as a mark of the Royal favour for 
• Sir Timon's loyal services.' He had issue, at least, one son, 


1. SirTimon Connock, Knight, a gentleman in the Spanish 
service and Aide-de-camp to Philip v, dead before 

' Tke Complete Peerage, ii. p. a88. 

» See C S, Gilbert's Htitoricai Survey o/ Camwall^ 18^7. 




22nd February 1732, married shortly before 21st 
March 1707 [ ? , younger daughter of 

Sir Ignatius White, first Baronet [E], Marquis of 
Albeville and Count of Alby [H R E], Secretary 
of State [I] to James 11 and vii]. She was before 
1707 Maid of Honour to Queen Mary of Modena, 
and, 21st March that year, had promises from King 
James in and viii and Queen Mary to pay her 
;£"20oo and ;£^iooo respectively within one year of the 
Restoration. They had issue, at least, one son. 
(0 Joseph Connock, heir to the Baronetcy. 


II. SfR JOSEPH CONNOCK. second Baronet, grandson 
and heir of the preceding. He is said to have derived the title 
of Count of Alby [H R E] from his mother and to have been 
created Marquis of Albeville.^ He appears to have married and 
had issue.^ 

CONSTABLE, Baronet [E]. 

I. JOHN CONSTABLE, Esq.,* was on 17th September 
1753 created by King James iii and vm, for his services to 
Henry, Duke of York, a Knight and Baronet [EJ, with re- 
mainder to the heirs-male of his body. He was for long Major- 
Domo of the Household to King James, and was living January 
1766, when he was one of those dismissed by Charles in.' 


L FRANCIS COTTINGTON of Fonthill Gifford. Esquire, 
eldest son and heir of Charles Cottington of the same» by his first 
wife Alithea, daughter of [ ] [ ], born before 14th October 
16S7 (when his mother died), and was a minor, 22nd December 
1697, when he succeeded his father. On April 1716 he was 

* Sec C S. Gilbert's HUhrical Survey 0/ Cornwall, 1817- 

' ' In the late commotion& in Spain the representative of the family, Don Joseph 

* Connock, who is said to have hata preceptor to Ferdinand vii, i& noticed as pursuing 

* that course of political conduct which did not suWy his English extraction ' (/did.). 

* A John Constable waa appointed by James ii and vii to be his agent ajud receiver 
of the tenth of prizes at Dunkirk, June 1694 ; another was Cleric of Che Kitchen in 
Ordinary, J7lh June 1695 to ist February 1697 ; and a third was appointed First Physician 
in Ordinary to Jatnes in and viii, 24[h October 1701. 

* Dtnnistoun, ii- p- 102. 



created by King James in and \mB a j^o// CorrrnGTO// of Fo/m- 
HiLL GiFFORD^ CO. VVilts [E]/ with remainder to his heirs-male, 
whom failing to his brother, John Cottington, and the heirs- 
male of his body. He died at West Wycombe, co. Bucks, 8th 
September 172S. Administration of his effects was granted 
gth December following to Dame Winifred Golding, curatrix of 
Francis Cottington, a minor. He married [ ], daughter 

of [ ] [ ]. She died 2nd September 1728. He had 

issue at least one son : — 

I. Hon. Francis Cottington, his heir. 

IL FRANCIS (COTTINGTON), second Baron Cotting- 
ton of Fonthtll GiFFORD, son and heir of the preceding ; a minor, 
8th September 1728, when he succeeded his father. He is pre- 
sumed to have alienated Fonthill Gifford to William Beckford, 
Alderman of London, and to have died March 175S.' 

CROMLIX. Baron [S]. 

t,e, ^Cromux,' Barony of (Hay), created 5th October 171S, 
with *^ Inverness,' Earldom of, which see. 

CRONE, Baron [I], 

I. MATTHEW CRONE had on 14th March 1697 a certi- 
ficate, dated at St. Germains, from King James 11 and vii, 
declaring that he was a gentleman, descended from a good family 
in Ireland, and as ' Brigadier-General in the service of his 
* Catholic Majesty, and Governor of Lerida,' he was on i6th 
February 1728 created by King James iii and viii Baron 
Crone [I], with remainder to the heirs-male of his body. 



DARTFORD, Viscount [E], 

ue. * Dartford,' Viscounty of iyHWevs), created April 1716, 
with 'JERSEY,' Earldom OF^ which see. 

' He was a great- grand nephew lo Francis (Cottiogton), first Baron Cotun^ton [E], 
so created roth July 1^31, who died j.^. at VaJladolid rQth June 1652. 
' Hoarc's IfiV/j, iv, i, 21. 



DAVIA, Baron [S]. 

t.e, ' Davia* Barony o/* (Da via), created 12th April 1698^ 
with * Almond^ Earldom OF, which see. 



[DILLON], Viscount [I]. 

I. Hon. ARTHUR DILLON, Lieutenant-General of his 
Majesty's armies, was on ist February 171 7 created by King 
James in and viii Baron of \^ ] and Viscount of 

S^ Dillon\ \\\ with remainder to the heirs-male of his body. On 
24th June 1 72 1 he was further created (by the same King) an 
Earl and Peer of Parliament, as Earl of [Z?/ziOJv], Viscount 
OF [ ], and Lord of\^ ] [S]. See ' Dillon,* 

Earldom of, 

[? DILLON], Earl of [S]. 

I. Hon. ARTHUR DILLON, Viscount and Baron 
\}D!LLon\ [I], was on 24th June 172! created by King James ni 
and vm a Lord and Peer of Parliament, as Earl of Dillon^ 
Viscount of [ ], and Lord of [^ ] [S], with 

remainder to his heirs-male. He was the third but second sur- 
viving son of Theobald (Dillon), seventh Viscount Dillon [I], 
by his wife Mary, daughter of Sir Henry Talbot of Templeoge, 
CO. Dublin, and Mount Talbot, co. Roscommon, was bom in 
Roscommon 1670, accompanied the regiment raised by his father 
to France in May i6go, and became its Colonel ist June follow- 
ing. He served in Spain 1693-1697, in Germany 1701, and Italy 
1702 ; Brigadier 1702, and Brigadier-General (Mar^chal decamp) 
1705. In 1707 he commanded the left wing of the French army 
under Tess^ in Provence, was Commander-in-Chief at the siege 
of Kaiserslautern, 1713, and was Lieutenant-General under the 
Duke of Berwick at the siege of Barcelona, 17 14. The following 
year he returned to France, and on the ist February 1717 he was 
appointed by King James his Ambassador at the French court, 
being the same day created Baron of [ ], and Vis- 

count of \^Dillon\ [1]. On 24th June 172 1 he was further 
created a Lord and Peer of Parliament as Earl of \}Dillon\^ 
Viscount of [ ], and Baron of \_ ] [S], and 

two days afterwards he had a commission from King James as 


General and Commander-in-Chief of all the forces [1], and the 
next year, 26th May, he was made a K.T.^ and he was also made 
a Knight-Commander of St. Louis. In 1728 he resigned the 
command of the celebrated Dillon regiment to his eldest son, 
and died at Paris 5th February 1733, leaving behind him the 
reputation of ' a brave soldier, a good officer^ and most estimable 
' man.' He married Christina, daughter of Ralph Sheldon, 
Equerry to James 11 and vn. She was born about 1680, was 
Maid of Honour to Queen Mary of Modena, and after her 
husband's death took lodgings in the English Austin Nunnery 
in Paris, where she died, 5th August 1757, and was buried in 
the cloister.* 

IL CHARLES (DILLON), second Eael, Viscount, and 
Baron \piLLOti\ [S], and Baron and Viscount [Dillon] [I], 
eldest son and heir; Colonel of the Dillon regiment, 17281741 ; 
succeeded his father, 5th February 1733, and his cousin, as tenth 
Viscount Dillois of Costello Gallen^ co. Mayo [1], Feb. 1637. 
He died s.p.s., 24th October 1741, in London, and was buried 
the 27ih of that month at St, Pancras, Middlesex.* 


HI. HENRY (DILLON), third ^■.^vfi, Viscount, ^nA Baron 
{Dillon] [S], eleventh Viscount Dillon of Costello Gallen 
(1621/3), and third Viscount and Baron \_Dillon\ {1717) [1], 
brother and heir, born 1705; succeeded his brother, 24th October 
1741 ; Colonel of the Dillon regiment, 1741-1744 and 1747-1772. 
He died 3rd September, and was buried 25th September 1787 at 
Sl Pan eras* 



fourth Earl, V/scount, and Bakon [Dillon] [S], twelfth Vis- 
count Dillon (162 1/2), and fourth Viscount ^nd Baron[Dillon] 
(1717) \y\' K^F,, F.R,S., eldest son and heir, born 6th November 
1745 in London; succeeded his father, 3rd September 1787; 
conformed to the Established Church, 1767; and claimed and 
was allowed the Viscounty of 162 1/2 by the House of Lords [I] 
in J77S; K.P., 19th November 1798. He died 9th November 


' Dictionary of National Biography^ 

' For a fuller account or the Earls Diilon see the extant peerages under Dillon^ 

F 41 





Viscou/TTj and Baron [Dillon] [S], thirteenth Viscount Dillon 
(1621/2), and fifth Viscount and Baron [D/£lon\ (r7i7) [1], 
eldest son and heir, born 28th October 1777, died 24th July 


Viscount, and BARON\pfLLON\ [S], fourteenth Viscount Dillon 

(1621/2) and fifth Viscount 2XiA Baron \Dillon\ (17 17) [I], eldest 

son and heir, born 20th April 1810 in Ely Place, Dublin, died 

s^p.m. 18th November 1865 at Ditchley, Oxon, 

DILLON), seventh Earl, Viscount, and Baron \_Dilion'\ [S], 
fifteenth Viscount Dillon (1621/2), and seventh Viscount 
[Villon'} (17 17) [I], brother and heir, born 5th April 181 1, died 
s.p. 30th November 1879. 

Earl, Viscount, and Baron [Dillon] [S], sixteenth Viscount 
Dillon (1621/2), and eighth Viscount and Baron [Dillon} 
(i7i7)[I], brother and heir, born loth April iSta, died 12th 
January 1892. 

Viscount, and Baron [Dillon} [S], seventeenth Viscount 
Dillon (1621/2), and ninth ViscoUNTand Baron[D/llon} (1717) 
[I], M.A., President of the Society of Antiquaries, Trustee of the 
British Museum and of the National Portrait Gallery, etc., son 
and heir, born 24th January 1844, succeeded his father 12th 
January E892, 

DIVRON, Lord [S]. 

i.e. 'DiyRON,' Barony op (de Bozas), created 4tb February 
1717, with 'St. Andreivs,' Dukedom of, which see. 

DOVER, Earl of [E]. 

L HENRY JERMYN. second son of Thomas Jermyn of 
Rushbrooke, co. Suffolk, by Rebecca, daughter of [ ] 



Rodway, born about 1636; Master of the Horse to the Duke 
of York, 1660-1675 J w^s created I3lh May 1685, by James 11 
and VII, Baron Dover of Dover, co. Kent [E] ; Colonel of the 
4th Horse Guards, i686-i683, and of the Royal Body Guards; 
P.C., 17th August 1686; one of the Lords of the Treasury, 
1687-1688; and Gentleman of the Bedchamber to King James, 
to whom he remained faithful, accompanying him to France and 
Ireland. He was attainted 20th June 16S9, and on the 9th July 
following he was further created by James (after his alleged 
abdication) Lord Germain (i.e. jERAfVN) of Reystowne {i.e. 
JioYSTON), and Baron of IrstviCff, co. Suffolk, Viscount of the 
CffiEFiY(i.e. Cheveley), co. Cambridge, and Earl of Dover [E], 
with remainder to the heirs-male of his body. One of the Com- 
missioners of the Treasury [I], ist July 1698, but after the battle 
of the Boyne he submitted to the government of William. On 
ist April 1703 he succeeded his elder brother as third Baron 
Jermvn of St. Edmundsbury [E], but owing to his attainder he 
was not recognised as such by the government. He died s,v.p. 
6th April 1708, at his house at Cheveley, and was buried, at his 
own request, in the church of the Carmelites at Bruges, in 
Flanders, He married Judith, daughter of Sir Edmond Foley 
of Bradley, co. Suffolk^ by Hester, daughter of Sir Henry Crofts 
of Little Saxham. She died about 1726; her will, dated 17th 
September 1725, was proved November 1726.' 

DRUMCAIRN, Viscount of [S], 


* Z)R(/MCAlRiif^ Viscounty of (Murray), created and 
February 1721, with * Dunbar^ Earldom of, which see. 

DRUMMOND, Marquis of [S]. 

I.e. * Drummond,' Marquisate of (Drummond), created 1701, 
with 'Pertb,' Dukedom of^ which see. 

* Th£ C&mpUte Pttrage; Dkti$nary of National Biography. He is said to have 
been privately married to the Dowagcr^Prmcess of Orange, just as his father is said 
to have beeQ 10 Queen HenTieiia Maria. 





DUNBAR, Earl of [S]. 

I. Hon. JAMES MURRAY, second son of David (Murray), 
fifth Viscount Stormont [S], by Marjory, only daughter of David 
Scott of Scotstarvit, Fife, born about 1690; Advocate 1 7 10; 
M.P. for Dumfries 9th November 1710 to Sth August 1713, and 
for Elgin Burghs r7th September 1713 to 7th April 1715, on 
which date there was an order of the House of Commons for 
amending the return 'by erasing the name of James Murray, 
Esq.' ;^ was, with his father and elder brother, one of those who 
were summoned to surrender themselves on the breaking out of 
the '15, but did not do so, and served through that campaign, 
afterwards retiring to France. In June 1718 he was appointed 
one of the plenipotentiaries for negotiating King James's marriage 
with the Princess Mary Clementina. On 2nd February 1721 he 
was created by King James iii and viii an Earl and Peer of 
Parliament as £arl op Dunbar^ in the shire of East Lothian, 
Viscount of DRUsfCAiRN, in the shire of Fife, and Lord of 
Hadyjces,^ in the shire of Dumfries [S], with remainder to the 
heirs-male of his body, whom failing, to his brother David, 
Viscount of Stormont, and the heirs-male of his body lawfully 
begotten; K.T., 31st December 1725; Governor to the Prince 
of Wales, 4th June 1727 ; empowered to open all letters 
addressed to the King or to Sir John Grseme, 4th July 1727; 
and some time afterwards appointed SscRETARy of State, in 
succession to the latter, which post he appears to have held 
for some twenty years. In October 1747. however, Prince 
Charles considering him responsible for the decision of the Duke 
of York to enter the Church, King James directed him to retire 
to Avignon in the expectation that Charles would then return to 
reside in Rome.^ He died s.p, at Avignon, August 1770.^ 

lyjo IL DAVID (MURRAY), second Ear/, of Dunbar, 

ViscounT Drumcairn and Lord Hady/ces (1721) [S], also 

*^^ seventh Viscount Stormont (1621), and Lokd Scone (1605), 

^ Return o/Mtmb^rs 6f ParliameHt [G B], pt, n, p, 4^. 

' Now Halldykes (pronounced Ha'dykes), near Lockerbie. Ex inform. Lord 

' D^nnistoun, i. p. 177, 

* The Hist Reg. for 1 728^ vol. atiii. p. 54, has the FoIlowing^ erroneous, announcentent : 
— *6 Oct. Died at Naples, James Murray, Esq., commonly called Lotd Dunbar, 
* Gorernor to the eldest son uf the Pretender.^ 



and fifth Lord Balvaird (1641) [S], and second Earl of 
Mansfield, of Caen Wood, Middlesex (1792) [G B], nephew and 
heir, being the only surviving son and heir of David (Murray), 
sixth Viscount Stormont and Lord Scone, and fourth Lord 
Balvaird [S], by Anne, only daughter and heir of John Stewart 
of Innernytie, which David was elder brother to the first Earl. 
He was born 9th October 1727, succeeded his father as Viscount 
Stormont, etc., 23rd July 1748, his elder uncle as Earl of 
Dunbar, August 1770, and his younger uncle as Earl of Mans- 
field, CO. Middlesex, 20th March 1793. K,T. (by George iii), 
30th November 1768. He died at Brighton, ist, and was buried 
in Westminster Abbey, 9th September 1796.' 

Dunbar [S], etc., also third Earl of Mansfield [G B], son 
and heir, born in Paris 7th March 1777 ; K.T., 4th March 1835 ; 
died at Leamington, i8th February 1840. Will proved March 

IV. WILLIAM DAVID (MURRAY), fourth Earl of 
Dunbar [S], etc* also fourth Earl of Mansfield, co. Middle- 
sex, and third Earl of Mansfield, co. Notts [G B], born 
21st February 1806, in Portland Place, Marylebone ; succeeded 
his father, iSth February 1840, and his grandmother Loutsa, 
suo jure Countess of Mansfield, co. Notts, nth July 1843; 
K.T., tjth June 1S43. He died 2nd August J898, being at 
that time the ' Father of the House of Lords.' 

V. WILLIAM DAVID (MURRAY), fifth Earl of 
Dunbar, Viscount Drumcairn, and Lord Hadykes(\']2i) [S], 
third Earl of Mansfield^ of Mansfield, co. Notts (1776), and 
fifth Earl of Mansfield, of Caen Wood, Middlesex (1792) 
[G B], tenth Viscount Storhokt (1621), and Lokd Scone 
(1605), and eighth Lord Balvaird (1641) [S], grandson and 
heir, being the eldest son and heir of William David Murray, 
styled Viscount Stormont, who died v.p. 12th October 1S93 ; 
born 20th July i860, and succeeded his grandfather, 2nd August 


> For a fuller account of this peer aod his successors see the exiatit peerages under 




DUNDEE. Earldom of [S]. 


Gualterio, was shortly before the 12th November 1705 created 
by King James iii and viii, in recognition of the services of his 
brother. Cardinal Gualterio,' Papal Nuncio to the Court of 
Fairis, Bjj?l of Dundee [S], 'for himself and his successors.' 
On loth May 1708 he was created a K.T. He died shortly 
before the 14th August 1740.^ He married, probably about 
1 706/7, [ ], daughter of [ ] [ ]. She died 

shortly before the 14th May 1709.* He had issue: — 

1. [ ], [? VrscouNr GuALTER/o], his heir. 

2. Ladv [ ] Gualterio, born shortly before the 7th 

May 1708 ;* presented for baptism by Cardinal Gual- 
terio and the Countess Gualterio, as proxies for King 
James and Queen Mary j died before the 22nd October 



II. [ ] (GUALTERIO), second Earl of DumEE, 

only son and heir of the preceding, born shortly before the 14th 
May 1709,' and presented for baptism before the 31st December 
1709 by Cardinal Gualterio, as proxy for King James, He 
succeeded his father shortly before the i6th August 1740, being 
at that time an Inquisitor of the Order of Malta." 

ERNE, Lord [S]. 

i.e. ' EnNE^ Barony of (Hay), created 5th October 17 18, with 
* iN^EJiNESs,' Earldom OF, which see. 

^ This Philip Anthony, Cardinat Gualterio, was born 24th March t66o aC St. Quince 
de Ferma. in the March of AncDna, of a very ancient family of Gennan origin, and died 
at Rome ztst April 1728, aged sixty-nine, leaving everything to his brother Count 
Gualterio {Mignc's Encychpfdk Tk^ologtque, 1857, vol. xxxi.). 

' On which day James writes tc mon cousin, le comte de Dundee, Inqtjisiteur de 
' Make,' acknowledging his letter of the l6th August, saying that the Count Dandini 
has handed him the cross of St. Andrew of Scotland, with which he had invested the 
tate Earl ofDutuhs^ and commiseratingf with him on his loss. 

^ Letter from James to the Cardinal Gualterio of that dale. There is also one to 
^zEarloJ Dund£i to the same effect on the 3isi July {Calendar 0/ Stuarf Papers, i. 

p. 232). 

* Queen Mary to Cardinal Gualterio {l&i'd, i, p, 333}. 

* Queen. Mary to the Counters Gualterio [Itid, u p. 22S]. 



ERSKINE, Marquis [S]. 

t.e> 'Erskine' Marqvisate of (Erskine), created 22nd 
October 1715, with * Mar,' Dukedom of^ which see. 

* Though a Protestant, he zealously maintained the right of the Duke of Yorlc and 
Albany to the throne, and he moved in the Commons on behalf of the Duke against the 
Exclusion Bill, 2nd November t68o. 

' The preamlfle recites that Charges I in 1635 had given the warrant to Sir Richard 
Graham^ the patentee's grandfather, &nd that ii had been afterwards destroyed by the 

^ Dictionary of ty^aiional Biography. 



ESK, Baron of [E]. 

I. Sir RICHARD GRAHAM, third Baronet [SJ of Esk 16SS/9 
and Netherby, co. Cumberland, was bom 24th September 1648, 
at Netherby; succeeded his father in the Baronetcy, 1657; 
educated at Westminster and at Christ Church, Oxford ; ma- 
triculated 20th June 1664, aged fifteen; M.A., 4th February 
1666/7 ; student of the Inner Temple, 1664 ; M.P. for 
Cockermouth, 1675-16S1, and for co. Cumberland, 1685-1687;' 
having been created, 12/21 May i68[, Viscount of Preston, 
CO. Haddington, and Lord Graham of Esk [S] ; * Ambassador 
to France, May 1682-1685 I P-C., 21st October 16S5 ; Chancellor 
to the Queen- Dowager, 26th October 16S5 ; Lord President of 
the Council and Secretary of State, October 168S; was one 
of the committee of five appointed by the King to represent 
him in London during his absence at Salisbury, November 
1688 ; and remaining faithful to James, was created by him, 
by patent dated at St. Germains," 21st January 1689, Baron of 
Esk [E]. He was arrested. May 1689, brought to London and 
committed to the Tower, and not admitted to bail until 25th 
October On Jith November he appeared before the House 
of Lords in connection with a suit brought against him by the 
Earl of Montague, when he claimed the privilege of a peer of the 
realm [E] and his writ of summons ; but the patent being found to 
be dated after the alleged abdication of King James was declared 
void, and he was returned to the Tower, and the Attorney- 
General instructed to prosecute him for a high misdemeanour* 
He was, however, released on withdrawing his claim, 27th 
November, He had all this time retained his seals of office 


from James, and was regarded by the Jacobites as the real 
Secretary of State. He was again arrested, at midnight, ist 
January 1691, on board a vessel bound for Calais, and was 
committed to the Tower, 3rd January, On r6th January he was 
indicted as an English Baronet at the Old Bailey, and on 17th 
found guilty and condemned to death two days afterwards. 
He was, however, subsequently pardoned. He died at Nun- 
nlngton, Yorks, 22nd December 1695, and was buried in the 
chancel of the church there, aged forty-seven.' He married, 
2nd August 1670, Lady Anne, second daughter of Charles 
(Howard), first Earl of Carlisle [E], by the Hon. Anne, daughter 
of Edward (Howard), first Baron Howard of Escrick [E]. He 
had issue :— 

1. Charles, Lord Graham of Esk, born 1672 ; died »/. 

and was buried at Westminster Abbey, 17th June 

2. Edward, Lord Graham of Esk, his heir. 

3. Hon. Catherine Graham, married, as second wife, 

William (Widdrington), fourth Baron Widdring- 
ton [E], but died s.p. 

4. Hon. Mary Susan Graham. 


H. EDWARD (GRAHAM), second Viscount Preston 
and Lord Graham of Esk [S]» and Baron of Esat [E], 
fourth Baronet [S], second but first surviving son and heir, 
born about 1678; succeeded his father. 22nd November 1695 ; 
matriculated University College, Oxford, 24th November 1693; 
and died at Nunnington, and was buried there, 1710, aged about 
thirty-one. Will, dated 5th February 1706/7, was proved 4th 
November 1734. He married, 5th January 1702/3, at York 
Minster, Mary, daughter and eventually sole heiress of Sir 
Marmaduke Dalton of Hawskell, co. Yorks, by Barbara, daughter 
of the Hon. Henry Belasyse. She was living ist September 1757. 
Will, dated 17th June 1751, was proved i8th January 1759, He 
had issue : — 

1. Charles, Lord Graham. * 

2. Hon. Anne Graham, died unmarried* 

> 738/9 

IH. CHARLES (GRAHAM), third Viscount Preston 
and Lord Graham of Esk [S], and Baron op Esx [E], 

» Tht! Compute Pttrage^ vi. p. 302. 



fifth Bakonet [S], only son and heir, born 25th March 1706, 
died s.p. 22nd February 1738/9, a^ed thirty-two, and was buried 
at Nunnington, when his peerages became extinct, while the 
Baronetcy passed to his heir-male. He married Anne, daughter 
of Thomas Cox of London. She died nth February 1744/5. 
Will proved 20th February 1744/5.' 

EVERARD, Viscount [I]. 

I. Sir REDMOND EVERARD, fourth Baronet of 
Fcthard, co* Tipperary [IJ, first surviving son and heir of Sir 
John Everard,' third Baronet of Fethard aforesaid, succeeded to 
the Baronetcy 12th July 169O; was M.P. [I] for co. Tipperary, 
1703; for Kilkenny city, 1709-13; and for Fethard, 1713-14J 
D.C.L. (Oxford), 22nd September 1715. He was a Jacobite, 
residing principally abroad, and was witness to the will, 3rst 
December 1725, of Bishop Atterbury, who speaks of him as 'the 
' Knight of Chanton.' On 20th June 1723 he was created by 
James iii and vm Viscount \EvEitAiiD\ [1], with apparently 
remainder to the heirs-male of his body. He died s.p. in France 
about 1740, when both the V/scoUffTY and Baronetcy became 
extinct. Will, dated loth March 1739/40, proved in the Pre- 
rogative Court [I], 15th April 1746, after the death of his widow. 
He married, 15th June 1721, at Westminster Abbey, Mary, only 
daughter of Montagu Drake of Shardeloes, Bucks, by Jane, 
daughter and heiress of Sir John Garrard, third Baronet of 
Lamer [E]. She, who was born r5th and baptized 25th June 
1694, at Amersham, Bucks, died intestate before April 1746.' 


FALKIRK, Viscount [S]. 

i.e. ' Falkihk^ Viscounty of {^r^m^, created 20th January 
1760, with ' Alford' Earldom of^ which see. 

FALKLAND. Earl of [E], 

L LUCIUS HENRY (GARY), sixth Viscount of Falk- 
land, and Lord Carye [S], only son and heir of Edward Cary 

• The Complete Peerage^ vi, p. 302, ' 

* Who was kilied at the battle df Au^hritn on the side of Kln^ James. 
' The Complete Baronetage^ i. p. 240, 

G 49 




of Caldicotte^ co. Monmouth, by Anne, daughter and co-heir of 
Charles (Lucas), second Baron Lucas of Shenfield [E], born 
2;rth August and baptized 7th September 1687, at St. James's, 
Westminster, succeeded his father 1692, and his cousin in the 
peerage, 24th May 1694. He was a faithful and devoted ad- 
herent of the exiled family, and on the 13th December 1722 was 
created by James in and vin Earl of Falkland [E]. He died 
In Paris 31st December 1730, and was buried in the Chapel of St. 
Sulpice there. Will, dated m Paris 27th November 1730, proved 
3rd February 1730/j. He married, first, at Chiswlck, Middlesex, 
5th October 1704, Dorothy, daughter of Francis Molyneux of 
St. Gregory's, London, woollen draper, by Mary, daughter of 
Charles Tancred of Whixley, co. Yorks. She died 26lh June 
1723, and was buried, 2nd July, at Stanwell, He married, 
secondly, Z^zjj' Laura, daughter of Arthur (Dillon), first Earl 
OF D/llok\S\ by Catherine, daughter of Ralph Sheldon. She 
died at St. Germains-en-Laye, 12th July 1741.^ 

n* LUCIUS CHARLES (CARY), second Eael of Falk- 
LA/iJ), etc., son and heir by first wife, born about 1707, died 27th 
February 1785. Will, dated 26th November 1784, proved 5th 
March 1785. 


\U. HENRY THOMAS (CARY), third Eakl of Falk- 
land, grandson and heir, being the elder son of the Hon. Lucius 
Ferdinand Gary, styled Viscount Falkland, Commander-in-Chief 
of the British forces in Tobago, who died v.p, 20th August 1780, 
was born 27lh February 1726, and died unmarried at the White 
Lion Inn, Bath, being buried, 28th May 1 796, in the Abbey there, 
aged thirty-one. 

IV. CHARLES JOHN (CARY), fourth Eafl of Falkland, 
brother and next heir, born November 176S, died 2nd March 
1809, aged forty, having been mortally wounded in a duel by 
A. Powell two days previously. 

V. LUCIUS BENTINCK (CARY), fifth Earl of Falk- 
land, son and heir, born 5th November 1S03 ; created, rsth May 
J832, Baron Hunsdon of Scutterskelfe, co. Yorks [UK]; a 

The Complete Peerage, which see for a fuller account oi his successors. 


Representative Peer [S], 1831-32; P.C., 1837; Governor of Nova 
Scotia 1840-46. and of Bombay 1848-53. He died s.p.s. T2th 
March 1884, aged eighty-one, at Montpelier, France. 

Eaul of Falkland^ brother and heir, born 8th September 1806 ; 
Admiral R<N., 1876; died s,p. at South Norwood, ist February 
1 886; buried at All Saints, Lower Norwood. Will proved 29th 
March following. 

(1722) [E] and twelfth Viscount (1620) [S] of Falkland, and 
Lord Carve [S], nephew and heir, being the only surviving 
son of the Hon. Byron Charles Ferdinand Plantagenet Gary, 
Captain R«N.j who was younger brother to the two last named. 
He was born 3rd April 1845, and was elected a Representative 
Peer [S]. 

FERRITON^ Baron [$]. 

i.e, ^ Ferrtton,' Bahonv OF (Erskine), created 22nd October 
1715, with ^ Mar,' Duaedom of, which see. 


I. SIR ALEXANDER FITTON of Gawsworth, co. 
Chester, second but first surviving son and heir of William 
Fitton of Awrice. co. Limerick and of Gawsworth aforesaid, by 
Eva, daughter of Sir Edward Trevor of Brynkynalt ; student of 
the Inner Temple, 1655 ; called to the Bar, 12th May 1662, about 
which time he was dispossessed of the Gawsworth estate by the 
heir-general, and was imprisoned for the fines and expenses 
in connection with the legal proceedings. He, however, sub- 
sequently obtained his release, was knighted, and 12th February 
1686/7 was appointed by James 11 and vii Lord Chancellor [I]; 
on I St April 16S9 he was created' by that King (some four 
months after the Revolution in England, while still de facto, as 
well as de jure, King of Ireland) Barou Fytton of Goswqrth^ 
CO. Limerick [I]^ with remainder to the heirs-male of his body. 
On the departure of James after the battle of the Boyne he was 




' See Preface, p. xii. 




constituted one of the Lord Justices [1], but being attainted he 
retired to France, and died s.p.m, at St. Germains, November 
1698, when the Barony became extinct. He married about 1655 
Anne, daughter of Thomas Jollffe of Crofton, co. Worcester. 
She died 7th October 16S7, and was buried in St. Patrick's 
Cathedral, Dublin.' 

FITZHEMON, Marquis of [E]. 

i.e. " f/r^//EAfojv,' Mj/!Qi//SATE OF (Granville), created 3rd 
November 172J, with ' Albemarle,' DuJCEDOAf of^ which see. 

FORDAN^ Earl of [S]. 

i.e. '^ FoKDAi/,' £.-i/^LDOM OF (de Bozas), created 4th February 
17 17, with 'Sr. Andrews^' Dukedom OFt which see. 

fiORESTER, Baronet [S]. 

1739 I. Sir JOHN ffORESTER, Knight, was on 31st March 

1729 created a KujcHTznd Bakonet\S\ with remainder to the 
heirs-male of his body,* 

FORREST, Baron of [Sj. 

i.e. ' FokKEST, Barony of (Erskine), created 22nd April 
I7i5> with ' MA/^i' DuA'££>OAf of. 

FORSTAL, Baronet [I]. 

1734 I. Sir MARK FORSTAL was, 22nd January 1734, 

created by James in and vni a KmoHT^n^ BAh'oXET\\'].^ 

' DLtionary of National Biography. 

^ He was doubtless Ihc Sir John Forester who (under the cipher name of M. Fisher) 
is so frequcntiy mentioned as a trusted agent in the Sfuurt Papers, I7i4-[7i6. A 
Charter Forestier was appointed Pa^e of ih6 Bedchamber to King James II and vti, 
1st June 1689. A Sir Mark Forester writes to the Duke of Mar from Calais^ 24tb 
February 1716. [Query if not the Sir Mark Forstal who was made a Baronet [I] 22nd 
January 1734] 

^ See Nate 3 above, 


FORTH, Marquis of [SJ 

t.e. ' FoA'TH,' Marqvisate of (Drummond), created 
April 1693, with ^ M&LFORT^' Dukebom of, which see. 


FORTROSE, Earl or Viscount of [S]. 

i.e. ' FoRTROSE* Earldom or Viscou/rrv of (Mackenzie), 
created about 1690 with ' Seafortb,' Marqvisate of, which see/ 

' This Charles, Lord Fraser, was tried for high treason, zgtfa March 1695, at Edin- 
burgh, and fined j^aoo for drinking- the health of King James. He look part In the '15, 
but afterwards rcLnaining ia hiding, he managed to escape aiiainder. On his death s.p. 
the title, which had been conferred on his great-grandfather, Andrew Fraser of Kin- 
mundie, by Charles i, 29th June 1633, with remainder Co his heirs-mate for ever, became 
dormant, and has since so remained. He devised his estates to the grandson of his 
wife by her first husband, Charles Fraser above named. See aUo following note. 

' The preamble sets out that the title is conferred in recognition of his services, and 
particularlyorthoseof^hi&father, who died bravely asserting our cause, and In considera- 
' tion of the earnest desire of the late Lord Fraser, when we were last in Scotland, to 
* resigfl his tiUesofhonouritifavourofthcsaid Charles' father.' The patent is endorsed 
' tak«A by Glenderule.' 

^ Who had previously served himself heir to his elder brother, Alexander Fraser of 
Inverallochy. 23rd November l6g8. 

* Some account of this family is in J. Anderson's Historical Account 0/ the Family 
of Fytiser. 




I. CHARLES FRASER of Inverallochy, third son of 1723 
Simon Fraser of Inverallochy, and grandson of Simon Fraser 
of the same, by Lady Margaret, first daughter of James 
(Erskine). seventh Earl of Buchan [S], which lady married, 
secondly, Charles (Fraser), fourth Lord Fraser [S], who died s.p. 
laih October 1720/ He succeeded to the estates of the said 
Charles, Lord Fraser, 12th October 1720, and on the 20th July 
1723 was created by James 111 and viii a Lord and Peer of 
Parliament as Lo^-d Fraser of Mushall [Muchalls] [S], with 
remainder to his heirs-male.^ He served himself heir to his 
brother-germ an, William Fraser of Inverallochy,^ 30th August 
1749^ and was living i6th April 1746, but was dead before 13th 
February 1789.* He married Anne, only daughter of John 
Udny of Udny, M.P., by Lady Martha, daughter of George 
(Gordon), first Earl of Aberdeen [S], and sister^ and in her issue 


(1789) sole heir, of Alexander Udny of the same. She was 
born about 1704, and died 24th August J 753, aged forty-nine. 
He had issue: — 

1. Charles^ Master op Pj^assx, younger of Inverallochy, 
who was slain s.p., v.p. on the side of the Stuarts, at 
the battle of Culloden, i6th April 1746. 

2. William, Master of Eraser, his heir. 

3. Hon. Martha Fraser of Inverallochy^ miarrjed t747 
Colin Mackenzie of Kilcoy, Ross-shire, and was 
ancestress of the families of Burton-Mackenzie of 
Kilcoy and of Fraser of Castle Fraser. On 6th 
February 1793 she and her sister served themselves 
heirs to their brother, William Fraser Udny of Castle 
Fraser and Inverallochy. 

4. Hon. Eliza Fraser of Castle Fraser, died unmarried 
1814. ^ 


second Lor£> Fraser of Muchalls^ second but only surviving 

^792 3QJJ ^jj(j heir, succeeded to the Peerage on the death of his 
father, to whom he served himself heir, 1789. He inherited the 
estate of Udny, Aberdeenshire, on the death of his uncle, 
Alexander Udny, 1789, when he assumed that name, and was 
served heir of entail and provision-general to him, and December 
1789, and heir-general, 15th January 1790, He died j./. rjth 
December 1792. 


Duke of Fraser, etc., thirteenth Lord Lovat and third Lord 

**'S Fraser of Muchalls^ cousin and next heir-male, being the third 
but then (1792) only surviving son and heir of Simon, first Du/ce 
OF Fraser^ who was son and heir of Thomas, tenth Lord Lovat, 
which Thomas was the third but only son, whose male issue then 
survived, of Hugh, seventh Lord Lovat, son and heir of Simon, 
sixth Lord Lovat, which last Simon was, through his third son 
(Sir Simon Fraser of Inverallochy), the great-great-grandfather 
of the first Lord Fraser of Mucballs. He died s.p.s. 8th 
December 1815, 

'i'^ IV. THOMAS ALEXANDER (FRASER). fourteenth or 

1875 twelfth Lord Lovat, fourth Lord Fraser of Muchalls, cousin 


and next heir-male being son and heir of Captain Alexander 
Fraser, who was son and heir of Alexander Fraser, son and heir 
of Alexander Fraser (a lord of session, 1730-1735), second son 
but eventual heir of Alexander Fraser^ son and heir of Thomas 
Fraser. son and heir of Thomas Fraser, son and heir-apparent 
of Thomas Fraser, son and heir of the Hon. Thomas Fraser, all 
of Strichen, Aberdeenshire, which Thomas was next brother to 
Hugh, fifth Lord Lovat. and second son of Alexander, fourth 
Lord Lovat. He was born at Strichen 17th June 1802; and 
became on the death of his cousin, 8th December ^815, de jure 
fourteenth Lord Lovat and fourth Loud Fraser of Muchalls. 
On 28th January 1807 he was created by William iv Baron 
Lovat of Lovat, Inverness-shire [U K], and loth July 1854 he 
became de facto Lord Lovat [S] by the reversal of the attainder 
of the eleventh Lord Lovat; K.T. 1865. He died at Beaufort 
Castle, Inverness-shire, aSth June 1875. 

V. SIMON (FRASER), fifteenth [S] and second [UK] 
Lord Lovat^ fifth Lord Fraser of Muotalls, son and heir, 
born at Beaufort Castle aforesaid, 21st December 1828. He died 
suddenly on Moy Hall Moor, Inverness, 6th September 1887, 
and was buried in Eskdale Chapel. 

VL SIMON JOSEPH (FRASER), sixteenth Lord Lovat 
[S], and sixth Lord Fraser of Muchau^ [S], and third Baron 
Lovat [U K], second but first surviving son and heir, born 25th 
November 1871, succeeded his father 6th September 1887, 


FRASER. Duke of [S]. 

L SIMON (FRASER), eleventh Lord Lovat [S], second 
but first surviving son and heir of Thomas (Eraser), tenth Lord 
Lovat,' by Sybella, fourth daughter of John MacLeod of Mac- 
Leod, born about 1667, probably at Tanich in Ross; educated at 
Aberdeen University, M.A. 1683. On the death of his cousin, 
the ninth Lord, 1696, he endeavoured to secure his daughter and 
heir of line, Amelia (then considered suo jure Baroness Lovat), 
in marriage, but having failed, he forcibly compelled her mother 
to marry him. He was (with his father) found guilty of high 

1 This Thomas Fraser was with Dundee at KiltJecrankie, and was attainted 6tfa 
September 1698 for attempting to surprise Edinburgh Castle in 1696. 





treason, 1698, and outlawed ij^th February 1701, when he 
retired to France. In 1715 he returned to Scotland, chang^ed 
sideST and as a reward obtained a pardon. lOth March 1716, 
from the Government, together with the grant of the Lovat 
estates, forfeited by the husband of his aforesaid cousin for 
his share in the '15. On the 30th July 1730 he was declared 
entitled to the Lovat Peerage. He had previously. aSth Sep- 
tember ij7\. received a pardon from King James under the 
Great Seals [E and S] * upon his returning to his duty,' and 
10th March 1722 a commission as Major-General. On 30th 
July 1723, in expectation of a fresh rising, he was appointed 
by James Lord-Lieutenant of Inverness, Nairn, and Suther- 
land, and was ordered to seize Inverness, and act as Governor 
thereof. He was one of the first to join the association formed 
in 1737 for the restoration of the House of Stuart, and on 14th 
March 1740 he was created by King James Duke of Phaser, 
Marquis of Beaufort, Earl of Strath-Therrjck \i.e. Strath- 
errick] and Upper Tarf \i.€. AbertarfJ, VtscoUNT of the 
AiRD AND Strath-Glass, Lord Lovat and Beaulieu \i.€. 
Jieauly] [S], with remainder to the helrs-male of his bodyJ 
He now became suspected by the Government, who deprived 
him of all his posts. Go 23rd December 1743 he was ap- 
pointed by James Lord-Lieutenant north of the Spey, and by 
the head of the Spey to the north side of Loch Lochy. After 
the battle of Prestonpans, 21st September 1745, he raised his 
dan and sent them under his son to join Prince Charles, but being 
upwards of seventy-eight, he did not himself join. He was, how- 
ever, arrested, nth December 1745, but escaped 2nd January. 
After Culloden he exhorted the Prince to make one more effort, 
reminding him that his ancestor, Robert the Bruce, had won 
Scotland after losing seven battles. He was finally captured on 
Loch Morar, was sent to the Tower, and i8th March ^ 746/7 
found guilty of high treason, whereby his honours were con- 
sidered as forfeited, and his estates were seized by the Crown* 
He was beheaded at the age of eighty on Tower Hill, gth April 
1747, and was buried in St. Peter's ad Vincula in the Tower, 
He married, first, Amelia, Dowager Baroness Lovat, daughter 
of John (Murray), first Marquis of AthoII [S], K.T.. by Lady 

' Tlie patent is endorsed: ' A''.ff,— This warrant was sent sealed down to Lachyel 
' and writ on the cover in the King's hand — A paper relating to Lord Lovat, to be left 
' with Lochvel at nouIogne-sur-Mer, to be carefullv kept by him till my Turther orders.* 



Amelia Sophia, daughter, and in her issue heir, of James 
{Stanley), seventh Earl of Derby [E], which marriage, however, 
was held invalid. He married, secondly, 17 17, Margaret, 
daughter of Ludovick Grant of Grant, by his first wife, Janet* 
daughter of Alexander Brodie of Lethen. She was Hving 1729, 
He married, thirdly, ist July i7^^^ Primrose, sister to John 
(Campbell), fourth Duke of Argyll [S], fifth daughter of the 
Hon. John Campbell of Mamore, by the Hon. Elizabeth, 
daughter of John (Elphinstone), eighth Lord Elphinstone [S], 
She died at Edinburgh 23rd May 1796, aged eighty-six. He 
had issue by his second wife two sons and two daughters, and by 
his third wife one son, viz. : — 

1. Simon, Marquis of BEAUFoaXy his heir. 

2. LokD Alexander Fraser, Brigadier-General in the 
Dutch service, baptized at Kiltarity, 1st July 1729; 
died unmarried* 7th August 1762, at Dumnaglass^ 
near Farraline, buried at Kirkhill. 

3. Lord Archibald Campbell Eraser, heir to his eldest 

4. Lady Janet Eraser, married Euan Macpherson of 
Cluny, and died 14th April 1765, leaving issue. 

5. Lady Sybella Fraser, died unmarried 9th February 


II. SIMON (FRASER), second Duke of Fraser^ etc., 
twelfth Lord Lovat, eldest son and heir, born at Kiltarity 19th 
and baptized 30th October 1726; educated at University of St. 
Andrews ; joined (it is said unwillingly) Prince Charles after the 
battle of Prestonpans at the head of his clan* Was attainted 
4lh June 1746^ and imprisoned in Edinburgh Castle, November 
1746 to August 1747;- pardoned, April 1750. He joined the 
Scottish Bar, passing as Advocate 25th July 1750. He became 
Advocate-Depute, and assisted in the prosecution of James 
Stewart of Aucharn in Appin^ who was executed for the murder 
of Colin Campbell of Glenure in 1752.^ He was permitted to 
join the British army and to raise a Highland regiment, which 
was embodied in 1757, his commission as Colonel being dated 
5th January of that year. He greatly distinguished himself in 
America with Wolfe, and afterwards in Portugal in 1762-63. He 

' This murder is the principal subject of R. L. Steveosoa's tomoDces KidnaP^td ^s\A 

H 57 




became Major-General in 1771, and was rewarded by having the 
family estates restored to him in 1774, by Act of Parliament, on 
payment of ^20^983, He raised two additional battalions of High- 
landers in 1775, for service in the war with the American colonies, 
but he did not accompany them, M.P. for Inverness 1761 to his 
deaths./, in Downing Street, 1782. He married [ ], daughter 

of [ ] Bristow of England. She was living, a widow, 1 825. 

OF Fraser, ^ic.i thirteenth Lord Lovat, next surviving brother 
and heir, born i6th August 1736; Consul-General at Algiers, 
1766; M.P. CO, Inverness^ 1782, He died s.p.s. 8th December 
1815, when the Dukedom of Fraseh and the minor honours 
conferred with it became extinct, while the Barony of Fraser 
passed to his heir-male. He married, 1763, Jane, sister of Sir 
William Fraser, first Baronet [U K], only daughter of William 
Eraser of Ledeclune, by his second wife, Helen, daughter of 
William Ross of Monquieth. He had issue, five sons, viz. : — 

1. John Simon, Marquis of Beaufort^ born about 1765 ; 

M.P. for CO. Inverness, 1796; Colonel of the Fraser 
Fencibles; died unmarried at Lisbon, 6th April 
1803, aged thirty-eight. 

2. Lord Archibald Eraser, born in Edinburgh, died 

young, 1792, 

3. Lord Henry Emo Fraser, born in Algiers, died un- 

married at Edinburgh, 25th August 1782* 

4. Lord George Fraser, died in infancy, 1781. 

5. Lord William Henry Eraser, died unmarried in Edin- 

burgh, 25th February 1801. 

GALSTON, Baron [S]. 

?>. ' Galstojv,* Barony of (Drummond), created 17th April 
1692, with ' Melfort^' Dukedom of, which see. 

GARIOCH, Viscount [SJ. 

i.e. *Gar/och,' Viscounty of (Erskine), created 
October 17 15. with ' Mar^ Dukedom of^ which see. 


GAYDON, Baronet [I]. 

I. RICHARD GAYDON. one of the four gallant Irish- 
men who effected the escape of the Princess Mary Clementina 



from the Castle of Innspruck, 27th April 1719, where she had 
been imprisoned by the Emperor on her way to be married to 
King James, for which service he was, together with his three 
companions, knighted. On 2gth July J743 he was^ as 'Sir 
' Richard Gaydon, Knight, Major-General of our forces, and 
* at present Lieutenant-Colonel of Dillon's regiment in the service 
' of his most H.M.CM,,' created by James in and vtn a Knight 
and Baronet\\\ with remainder to the heirs-male of his body.* 

GERALDINE, Baronet [I], 

I. THOMAS GERALDINE is said to have been created t; 
by James ni and viii a Baronet [I]. 

See Jermyn of Royston. 

GLENSHIE, Viscount of [S]. 

i.e. 'Glenshie,' J^/Jcotwrro/^ (Murray), created 1st February 
1717, with ' Rannoch^' Dukedom of^ which see. 

GLEN TILT, Earl of [S]. 

i.e, ' Glen Tilt,* Earldom o^ (Murray), created ist February 
1717, with * Rannoch,' Dukedom OFy which see. 

GORING, Viscount [E]. 

L Sir HARRY GORING, fourth Baronet [EJ fourth son 
of Henry Goring of Wappingthorn in Steyning, son and heir- 
apparent of Sir Henry Goring, second Baronet, who died v,p, 
16S7, by his second wife, Mary, youngest daughter and co-heir 
of Sir John Covert of Stonyham, Sussex, Baronet [E], born 
1679, succeeded his elder brother, Sir Charles, January 1713. 
On 2nd January 1722 he was created by James Hi and viii 
Baron Bullinghel and Viscount Goring [E], with remainder 
to the heirs-male of his body, and on :14th March follow- 
ing had a commission as Major-General, and was appointed 

' A John Gaydon was appomted lat Ensign of the 2nd Troop of Guards, commanded 
by Lord Lucan, Jaauary 1693. 




governor of Bristol, both of which appointments were renewed 
September 1728; M.P. for Horsham 4th April 1707- 1708, for 
Steyning Borough ist February i7o8/9-5th January 1714/15; 
and again for Horsham 29th January 1714/15, but unseated by an 
order of the House of Commons dated 17th March following. 
He died 12th November 1732. He married Elizabeth, eldest 
daughter and co-heir of Admiral Sir George Matthew, Knight, 
of Twickenham, Middlesex. She died 28th July 1768, aged 
nearly one hundred. 

couNT Goring and Baron Bulunghel, fifth Baronet^ eldest son 
and heir, died August 1769. 

HI. HARRY (GORING), third Viscount Goring and 
Baron BuLLiNGH EL, sixth Baronet, elder son and heir, born 26th 
April 1739* died ist December f824. 

IV. CHARLES FORSTER (GORING), fourth Viscount 
Goring and Baron Bulunghel, seventh Baronet, elder son 
and heir, born nth July 1768, died 26th March 1844. 

V. HARRY DENT (GORING), fifth Viscount Goring 
and Baron Bulunghel, eighth Baronet, eldest son and heir, 
born 30th December 1801, died 19th April 1S59. 

VI. CHARLES (GORING), sixth Viscount Goring ^vA 
Baron Bullinghel, ninth Baronet, only son and heir, born 
2nd June 182S, died i.p. 3rd November 1884. 

VII. CRAVEN, CHARLES (GORING), seventh Viscount 
Goring and Baron Bullinchel^ tenth Baronet, cousin and 
heir-male» being the elder son and heir of Rev. the Hon. Charles 
Goring, next younger brother of the fifth Viscount^ born 24th 
October 1841, died j./.w/. i6th March 1897. 

1397 VHl. HARRY YELVERTON (GORING), eighth Vis- 

count GoRiNC and Baron Bulunghel, eleventh Baronet, 
cousin and heir-male, being the eldest son of the Hon. Forster 
Goring, fourth son of the fourth Viscount, born 19th July 1840; 


married 19th July 1875 Sarah Anne, daughter of John Hickin, 
and has with other issue a son : — 

I. Forster Gurney, Lord Bulunghel, born 19th June 

GOSWORTH, Baron [I]. 
See Fitton of Gosworth. 

GRANT, Baron [S]. 

I. JAMES GRANT OF GRANT, third son of Ludm-ick 
Grant of Grant by hjs first wife Janet^ only daughter of Alexander 
Brodie of Lethen, born 28th July 1679 ; he succeeded his father-in- 
iaw, Sir Humphrey Colquhoun of Luss, as sixth Baronet [S] 1 7 18, 
when he assumed the name of Colquhoun, and his elder brother, 
Alexander, as Chief of Grant 1719, when he resumed the name 
of Grant. On 24th June 1721 he was created by James 111 
and vin a Lord and Peer of Parliament as Lord [Grant], with 
remainder to his heirs-male; M.P. for co. Inverness, i2lh April 
1722-1741, and for Elgin Burghs, 28th May I74i-i6th January 
1747. On the arrival of Prince Charles in 1745 he was in Scot- 
land, but after an interview at Castle Grant with his son he hurried 
up to London and returned no answer to the letter addressed to 
him by the Prince. He died in London i6th January 1747. 
He married, 29th January 1702. Anne, only daughter of Sir 
Humphrey Colquhoun of Luss, fifth Baronet [S], by Margaret, 
daughter of Sir Patrick Houstoun of that Ilk, She was born 
16S5, and died at Castle Grant 25th June 1724.* 

II. LUDOVICK (GRANT, sometime (171S-1732) COL- 
QUHOUN), second Baron GkANTan<i seventh Baronet, second 
but elder surviving son and heir, born on Monday, r3th January 
1707; advocate, 1728; became heir-apparent to the Grant estates 
on the death, unmarried v.p,, of his elder brother Humphrey, in 
September 1732, when he resumed the name of Grant, the Col- 
quhoun estates, which he had till then held, passing under the 
entail to his next younger brother. During the '45 he exerted 
himself in opposition to the Jacobites and served under the Duke 
of Cumberland. M.P. for Moray, 1741 to 1761. He succeeded 





Tht Chiefs of Grant, by William Kraser, LL.D., Edinburglt, 1885. 



his father i6th January 1747, and died at Castle Grant 21st 
March 1773. He married first, at Edinburgh 6th July 1727^ 
Marion, daughter of the Hon. Sir Hew Dahymple, first Baronet 
[S], by his first wife, Marion, daughter of Sir Robert Hamilton 
of Pressmanen. She died January 1735, and was buried on the 
18th in the Chapel Royal, Holyrood. He married secondly, 
3rst October 1735, Lady Margaret, daughter of James (Ogilvie), 
fifth Earl of Findlater and second Earl of Seafield [S]. She 
died 20th February 1757. 

HI. JAMES (GRANT), third Baron Grant, eighth 
BARbNET, only son and heir, born rgth May 173S, died i8th 
February iSii.' 

Grant, ninth Baronet, son and heir, born at Moy 22nd May 
1767 ; succeeded his cousin, 5th October 181 1, as fifth Earl of 
Seafield, Viscount Reidhaven, and Lord Ogilvie of Desk- 
ford AND CuLLEN [S], He died unmarried 26th October 1840. 

V. FRANCIS WILLIAM (GRANT, afterwards (1840) 
OGILVIE-GRANT), sixth Earl of Seafield. etc.. fifth 
Baron Grant, tenth Baronet, brother and heir, born 6th 
March 1778, died 30th July 1853. 

Earl op Seafield, etc., sixth Baron Grant, eleventh Baronet, 
son and heir, born 4th September 1815. On the 14th August 
1858 he was created Baron Stkathspev of Strathspey [U K], 
He died 18th February 1881. 

OF Seafield, etc, seventh Baron Grant, twelfth Baronet, only 
son and heir, born 7th October 1851, died unmarried 31st March 
1884, when the Barony of Strathspey [U K] became extinct. 

VIII. JAMES (OGILVIE-GRANT), ninth Earl of Sea- 
field, etc, eighth Baron Grant, thirteenth Baronet, uncle and 
heir, born 27th December 1817 ; created Baron Strathspev of 
Strathspey [U Kj, J7th June 1884 ; died 5th June 1S88. 

* For a fuller account of the ^rd^ Grant see the exiani peerages under Seafield. 


Earl of Seafield, etc., ninth Ba/^ojv GfiANT, second Baron 
Strathspey, fourteenth Baronet, son and heir, born 9th March 
1847, died 3rd December 1888. 

X. JAMES (OGILVIE-GRANT). eleventh Earl of Sea- 1888 
FIELD, Viscount Reidhaven, and Baron Ogilvie, tenth Baron 
GRAi^T [S], third Baron Strathspey [U K], and fifteenth 
Baronet [S], eldest son and heir> born i8th April 1876. 

GRAEME, Baronet [S]. 

\. JOHN GRAEME was on 6th September 1726 created 
by James lit and vin a Knight and Baronet [S] for his services 
at the Court of Vienna. On the 20th June 1760 he was further 
created by the same King Earl of Alfqrd, etc. See Alford^ 
Earldom of. 


HADYKES, Baron [S]. 

i.€. ' Hadvjces,' Barony of (Murray), created 2nd February 
1721, with ' Dunbar,* Earldom of^ which see. 


i,e^ ' Hales of Emley,* co. Kent. Barony o/- (Hales), created 
3rd May 1692, with ' Tenterden* Earldom of, which see. 

HAY, Baron [E]. 

L JOHN (HAY), first Earl of Inverness [S], was on 
3rd April 1727 created by James ni and viij Baron \_HAy'\ [E], 
with remainder lo the heirs-male of his body. The next day he 
was further created Duke of [Inverness] [S]. See Inverness, 



HAY, Baronet [S], 

I. Colonel WILLIAM HAY was on 31st January 
created by James ni and viu a AV/cjyrand Baron£t\S]. 





HAY, Baronet [S]. 

I. JOHN HAY, Portioner of Restalrig, near Edinburgh, 
brother of Thomas Hay, a Senator of the College of Justice by 
the title of Lord Huntingdon, and second son of Alexander Hay 
of Huntingdon and East Lothian, Advocate and Sheriff- Deputy 
of Haddington, by Mary, daughter of [ ] Gordon of 

Lismore; was apprenticed to Hew Crauford. Edinburgh, W.S., 
and was admitted a W.S. isl March 1726.' He was Fiscal, 1732- 
1734; Treasurer, 1736-1746; and Substitute-Keeper of the 
Signet,- 1 725- 1 74 1 and 1742-1744." On the arrival of Prince 
Charles in 1745 he Joined him, and was for some time Treasurer 
and afterwards (1746) Secretary. He served through the cam- 
paign, and was blamed by Lord George Murray for grossly 
neglecting his duties as Quartermaster on the eve of the battle 
of Culloden, He was attainted 1746, and escaped to France 
with Prince Charles, in whose personal service he continued. 
He was one of the British attendants* whom Charles took with 
him in January 1766 when he went to Rome on his father's 
death, and he was by him appointed Major-Domo of the House- 
hold in place of Sir John Constable. On 3ist December 1766 
he was created by King Charles iii a JCfir/Gi/r and Bakonet [S], 
with remainder to his heirs-male. He remained with Charles until 
8th December 1768, when, together with Andrew Lumisden and 
Captain Urquhart, he was dismissed. He returned to Scotland 
in J77i» and died there 6th December 17S4. He married, 
December 1727, Anne, daughter and heiress of James Elphin- 
stone of Restalrig aforesaid, by whom he had, with possibly other 
issue, a son. 

I. S/Ji Alexander, his heir. 

' A History of the Sodtty <»/ Writers t& //,,1/,'j- Signet, Edinburgh, iS^Oj 410, p. 96. 

* Mr. W. B. Blaikie, to whom iht Editor is indebted for many of the particuliin 
concerning this John Hay, writes ; ' Ii will b* noticed ihai John Hay became Substitutc- 
' Keeper of the Sijjnti in 1735, while he was not a W.S. until 1726, urtSess this is a 
' mistake caused by Old and New Styles. It must be remembered, however, that this 
' is unlikely. In Scotland the year began on 1st January from 1600 onwards.' 

' Misprinted '46' on p, 96 of ^ History of the Society of tVri/ers, etc.; sec p. 338 of 
that wotk. 

* The others were: Colonel Lauchlan Macintosh, attainted 1745 ; Captain Adam 
Urquhart of Bythc, a cadet of Meldrum ; John Roy Stuart, his vatet-de-chambre ; and 
the Rev. Mr. WagstafTe, who died 1770, See DennistBttn^ ii. p. 1p2. 


n. S/f^ ALEXANDER HAY, second BAHO/^sr, son and 
heir of the preceding, died s.p, 1791.^ 

III. Sir THOMAS HAY, third BAROtfET^ cousin and next 
heir-male, being the eldest son of Alexander Hay of Mordington. 
Advocate, by his first wife, Jane Douglas, daughter of Alexander 
Hamilton of Ballincrief and Inverwick, which Alexander was the 
son and heir of Thomas Hay, Lord Huntingdon aforesaid, the 
elder brother of the first Baronet. He succeeded his kinsman. 
Sir Henry Hay-Macdougall. as fifth Baronet [S] (1703), and 
died J 832.* 

{1766) and Sixth (1703) Baronet [S], son and heir of the preced- 
ing, born 28th December 1800, died 30th July 1873. 

V. Sir hector MACLEAN HAY, fifth (1766) and 
seventh {1703) Baronet [S], son and heir of the preceding, born 
28th March 1821, succeeded his father 30th July 1873. 



HELY, Baronet [1]. 

I. Sir JOHN HELY, Knight, was on 28th June 1728 
created by James in and viii a Kmcnr qx\A Bakonet [I], with 
remainder to the heirs-male of his body. 


HIGGINS, Baronet [I]. 

1. Dr, [ ] HIGGINS, first Physician to the King of 1724 

Spain, was on 6th May 1724 created by James in and vni a 
Knight ^ti6. Baronet [I].* 

HOC, Baron [E]. 

i.0. * Hoo* CO. Kent, Barony of {Villiers)» created April 17 i6j 
with * Jersey,' Earldom of, which see. 

■ B-arke's Pferag-e afiti Baronetage, '902, Hay of Aldcrstort. 

* For a Tullcr account of this famiily see the extant peerages under Hay of 

' A Thomas Kig^glns was appointed; s. Gentleman Usher of the Privy Chamber, 
iTth October 1701. 

I 65 



r. NATHANIEL HOOKE, third but second surviving son 
of John Hooke of Drogheda, merchant^ by Margaret, daughter 
of Christopher Hooke of Alway. Gloucestershire ; born about 
1663 ; entered Trinity College, Dublin, July 1679, but left almost 
immediately and proceeded, 1680, to Glasgow University. He 
removed the next year to Cambridge, and was admitted to Sidney 
Sussex College, as a sizer, 6th July 16S1. He was a Puritan, 
and joined the Earl of Argyll in Holland, and in 16S5 landed at 
Lyme Regis with the Duke of Monmouth, acting as his Indepen- 
dent Chaplain. He was sent secretly to London with one 
Danvers' to raise an insurrection in the City, and was exempted 
from the general pardon, loth March 1685/6. After remaining 
for some time in hiding, he, in 168S, only four months before the 
Revolution, surrendered," threw himself on the King's mercy, was 
pardoned, and from thenceforth remained a faithful servant of 
King James and of his son. He became a Catholic, joined Lord 
Dundee in Scotland, but in May 1689 was taken at Chester and 
committed to the Tower of London. He was released 12th 
February 1689/90. when he immediately proceeded to Ireland^ 
and was present at the battle of the Boyne. On the surrender 
of Limerick, 3rd October 1691, he retired to France, and was 
appointed Colonel refortni of the regiment of Galmoye. On 
8th January 1703 he was transferred with the same rank to the 
regiment of Sparre, with which he served in Flanders and on 
the Moselle, and was present at the battle of Ramillies, 23rd 
May 1705. The following August he went on a special missioii 
to Scotland, and on his return he obtained letters of naturalisa- 
tion dated January 1706, which were confirmed and registered 
1st January 1720.^ In April 1707 he was again in Scotland with 
Lieutenant-Colonel John Murray, to confer with the Jacobite 
party. On 19th February 170S he was created by James in 

1 He is said to have proposed a plan to assassinate King James, but Kooke refused 
to have anyihing to da with it. 

^ And 'gave himself into the hands of him who had been told by one of Hookc's old 
' comrades, CaL AylofTe, that though he had the power, yet he had not the nature 
' to pardon : and as by kindness to Penn, so now also by mercy to Hooke, James, out 
' of a nonconformest adversary, won a staunch friend.' See the Rev. W. D. Macra/s 
Correspondence ofCohnd Nooke, vol ij. 

^ These are printed in full in Ma.cray's work^ ii. p. x. et seff., and contain many 
interesting genealogical details, 



and VIII Baron Hooke of Hooke Castle [I J co, Waterford, 
with remainder to the heirs-male of his body;^ made Brigadier 
3rd March 1708, and was one of the General officers selected 
to accompany his young Sovereign in the expedition which 
sailed from Dunkirk 17th March following; the next year 
he was again serving with the French army, and was present 
at the battles of Oudenarde, Jith July, and Malplaquet, tith 
September. In 17:0 he was sent to Gertruydenberg as James's 
Envoy to the general peace negotiations, and in 1711 was sent 
as French Ambassador by Louis xiv to the court of Dresden. 
Brigadier- General (Marechal-de-camp), i8th March 1718; 
Knight-Commander of the Order of St. Louis, 27th February 
172 1. He died in France 25th October 1 73S." He married, first, 
April 1708, Eleanor Susan, sometime Maid of Honour to Queen 
Mary of Modena, daughter of Donogh or Denis MacCarthy 
of the Carbery family, by Catherine Douvns,^ and secondly* 
Helen de St Jean> widow respectively of the Sieur O'Brien, who 
died 1708, and of the Sieur MacCarthy, who died 1724. 

n. JAMES NATHANIEL (HOOKE). second Baron 
HooKEy only son and heir, born 14th December 1705, and 
presented for baptism by King James, who gave him his own 
name; succeeded his father 25th October 173S, He entered 
the French army, Captain r^torm^ of the cavalry regiment of 
Rottenburg ist June 1719, and Captain of the Rattsky Hussars 
1st July 1734; received permission to enter the service of the 
Emperor Charles vii i6th November 1743, and was killed, near 
Strasburg, 20th August 1744, when his honours became extinct,^ 
He married Helen de Coulanges.'* 

' The patent was among (he MS5. of Sir William BeChatii, and formed one of the 
articles in !ot 53 at the sale of hia library, loth May lS6o, when it was purchased by 
Sir Thomas PhilEipp,'<. In the catalogue of the latter's coUcctioQ it was numbered 
15(339) b"l ^^^ been mislaid when Mr. Macray tried to find it. 

* Macray's Comipondgmr ofCoiond Hookt^ Dictionary of Nationtil Biography, 

' A pedigree of the MacCarthys is given in Laini's Archives girt^alogiquts de la 
/ifobiesse de France^ vol v. Therein the Vfife of this Donogh is given as Margaret de 
Coucy, but in the ttin\fiC7k\% cA Lard Honked natnralisation the name of his wife's mother 
is given as in the text. 

* Statement of servicfs supplied by French Minister ofWar. 

^ A Baron de Hooke was living at Gattcrville, in Normandy, la l8[4, but he was 
descended from another branch of the family, who had left Ireland in CrornkveU's time, 
and settled in the French West Indies. Sec O'Callaghan's irijh Brigade^ p. 330. 

* Statement of service supplied by French Minister of War. 





INNERPAPHRIE, Viscount of [SJ 

i.e. 'INNERPAPHRIE,' K/JcotwrK o/" (Hay), Created 5th October 
1718, with * iNVERNEsSi Earldom op, which see. 


Sec Maguire of Enniskillen. 



INVERNESS, Earl and Duke of [S]. 

I. Colonel the Hon. JOHN HAY of Cromlix, third son 
of Thomas (Hay), sixth Earl of Kinnoull [S], by the Hon. 
Elizabeth, only daughter of William (Drummond), first Viscount 
Strathallan [S], born 1691 ; accompanied his brother-in-law, the 
Earl of Mar, when he set out in disg;uise in a coal ship from 
Gravesend, and took an active part in the *I5. He was sent on 
a mission from Mar to offer the Duke of Atholl the command 
under Berwick; took possession of Perth for King James 14th 
September 1715; Governor of that c:ty i8th September; was 
sent to France on a mission to James, and, on his return with 
the King, was made Brigadier-General and Master of the Horse. 
On the collapse of the rising he retired to St. Germains^ and was 
attainted, 1716. A Groom of the Bedchamber, and February 
17 18, and on 5th October (N.S.) following he was created^ by 
James in and viii an Earl and Peer of Parliament as Earl of 
Inverness. Viscount op Innerpaphrie \i.e. Innerpeffray], and 
LoRi} Cromlix and Erne [S], with remainder to the heirs-male of 
his body. In 1723 he was sent on a special mission to Brussels, 
where he had an interview with Bishop Atlerbury. In 1724 he 
succeeded the Duke of Mar, with whom he had quarrelled, as 
temporary Sevrbtarv of State, and on 5th March 1725 was 
confirmed in that position; K.T., 3tst December 1725. Owing 
to the hostility of the Queen, instigated, it is said, by Mar, he 
was dismissed from the Secretaryship, 3rd April 1727. but was 
the same day created by King James Baron Hay \^\ and the 
day following (4th April) Di/ke of Inverness [S]. He died 
s.p. 1740, when all his honours became extinct. He married 

' Tht patent ia endorsed : 'This warrant is a.U writ in the King's ovn hand.' 


the Hon. Marjory, third but first surviving daughter of David 
(Murray), fifth Viscount Stormont [S], by Marjory, only daughter 
of David Scott of Scotstarvit, Fifeshire. 

IPSWICH, Baron [E]. 

i.e, 'Ipswich' BAROPfv of (Jermyn), created 9th July 1689, 
wiili 'Dover,' Earldom of, which see. 

ISLA, Earl of [S]. 

i.€. ' IsLA* Earl of (Drummond), created 17th April 1692, 
with ' Melfort,' Dukedom of^ which see. 

JAMAICA, Marquis of [EJ 

JAMES FRANCIS FITZ-JAMES, styled Earl of Tin- 
mouth, son and heir-apparent of James (Fitz-James), first Duke 
of Berwick [E], K.G., is sometimes, but apparently erroneously, 
stated to have been in or about 1720 created by his uncle, 
James iii and viii, Marquis of Jamaica. He had married^ 31st 
December 1716, Catherine Ventura, suo jure Duchess of Veraguas 
and La Verga, Marchioness of Jamaica [Spain], sister and sole 
heir of Peter, and only daughter of Peter Emmanuel Nunc {de 
Portugal-Colomb), Dukes of Veraguas and La Verga, Marquises 
of Jamaica, etc. [Spain], which probably caused the confusion. 


i.€. Jermyn of Roystos^ Barony of (Jermyn), created gth 
July 1689, with 'Dover,* Earldom of, which see. 

JERSEY, Countess and Earl of [EJ 

I. BARBARA VILLIERS, widow of Sir Edward (Villiers), 
Baron Villiers of Hoo, and Viscount Villiers of Dartford. co. 
Kent [E] (so created by William of Orange, 20th March 
1690/1), and Earl of the Island of Jersey (so created by the same 
King, 13th October 1697), who died 25th August 1711 ; was, 
April 1716, granted the title and precedency of a Countess^ 



as Cot/jvrsss of Jersey [E], by James in and viti. She, who 
was an active Jacobite, was the daughter of William Chiffinch of 
Fibbers, In Dray, Berks, Keeper of the Royal Closet* and was 
born about 1663, being aged eighteen at the time of her marriage 
(Lie, Fac. Sth, and Articles 17th December), 1681. She died in 
Paris about 1735- Admon. 13th December 1735. Will, dated 
ijth October 171 1, proved 25th February 1735/6.^ 



II. WILLIAM (VILLIERS), second Earl of Jersey, etc. 
(by creation of William of Orange), son and heir of Edward, first 
Earl of Jersey, by Barbara, afterwards (1716) sua jure Countess 
OF Jbrsey, as above^ born about 1682 ; educated at Queen's 
College, Cambridge; M.A., 1700; M.P. for Kent. 1705-1708; 
succeeded his father, 26th August 171 1. On April 1716 he was, 
as William Villiers, Esq.,* created by King James iii and viii 
Baron of Hoo, co. Kent, Viscount of D^j^tfo^d, co. Kent, and 
Earl of Jersey [E]," with remainder to the heirs-male of his 
body. He died at Castlethorpe, Bucks, 13th July 1721. and was 
buried 23rd, at Westerham, Kent. He married, 22nd March 
1704/5, at Hampstead, Middlesex^ Judith, only daughter and 
heir of Frederick Heme of London, by [ ], daughter of [ ] 
Lile, of CO, Northampton. She, who was a great heiress, was 
buried, 31st July 1735, at St. Brides, London. 

172 1 

HI. WILLIAM (VILLIERS), second (1716) and third 
(1697) Earl of Jersey, son and heir; he succeeded his cousin, 
John (Fitzgerald, alias Villiers), fifth Viscount and first Earl of 
Grandison [I], 14th March 1766, as sixth Viscount Grandi- 
SON OF Limerick. He died 28ih August 1769, and was buried, 
7th September, at Middleton Stoney, Oxford.* 

1769 IV. GEORGE BUSSV (VILLIERS), third (1716) and 

fourth (1697) Earl of Jersey, second but only surviving son 
and heir, born gth June, and baptized 6th July ^735 at St, 
Georges, Hanover Square; died 22nd August 1S05. 

' The Complete Pegragty iv. p, 329. 
' His Williamite liarldom was of course not recognised by James. 
^ Almost iht id«Qlical titles which had been conferred on his father by William of 

* For a fuller account of this earl and his successors see the extant peerages. 



V. GEORGE (VILLIERS, afterwards (1819) CHILD- 1805 
V ILLIERS), /ourf/i (1716), and fifth. {1697) Earl OF Jersey, 

etc., son and heir, born 19th August 1773; died 3rd October ^ ^^ 
1859 at 38 Berkeley Square, Middlesex, and was buried at 
Middleton Stoney. 

VILLIERS), y^/^ (171^) and sixth (1697) Earl of Jersev, etc.. 

son and heir, born 4th April 1808 in Berkeley Square ; died 24th ^^ 
October 1859 at Brighton, and was buried at Middleton Stoney. 

VILLIERS), sixth Baa'l of Jehsmy, Viscount DA/iTFOJiD, 
and Baron Hoo (1716), seventh Earl of the Island of Jersey 
(1697), Viscount Vjlliers of Dartford, and Baron Villiers 
OF Hoo (1691) [E], also tenth Viscount Grandison of Limerick 
(1621) [I], son and heir, born 20th March 1843, succeeded his 
father 24th October 1859. 

KENMARE, Viscount of [I]. 

I. Sir valentine BROWNE, third Baronet [I], of 16S9 
Killarney, co. Kerry, son and heir of Sir Valentine Browne, 
Baronet, by the Lady Mary, daughter of Charles (Macarty), first '^^ 
Viscount Muskerry [I], was bofn 163S, succeeded his father, 
aged two, in 1640; Commissioner of Oyer and Terminer for co* 
Kerry; P.O. [I]; Colonel of a regiment of foot in the army 
of King James, by whom he was, 20th April 1689 (after the 
Revolution in England, but while still de facto as well as de jure 
King of Ireland),' created Baron of Castleross and Viscount 
Kenmare, CO. Kerry [I], with remainder to the heirs-male of his 
body. He appears to have been among those taken prisoners 
at the battle of Aughrim, 12th July 1691, and to have been 
attainted. He died 1694. Will, dated 7th June 1690, proved 
in Dublin, 22nd June 1694. He married Jane, daughter and 
heir of the Hon. Sir Nicholas Plunkett of Balrath, co> Meath, 
by his first wife» daughter and co-heir of William Turner, Alder- 
man of Dublin.' 

' See Preface, p. nit. 

' See The Complete Petrafff^ frpm wltkh the particulars here given are taken. In 
ihat work, however, the month of the creation of the title is g^iven as 'May/ whereas it 
should be 'April.* 




Ih NICHOLAS (BROWNE), second Viscount Kenmare, 
son and heir, was also a Colonel in the service of King James, 
whom he followed to St. Germains. He was attainted by 
William of Orange, and his vast estates forfeited. He died 
1720. He married, 1684, his cousin Helen, eldest daughter and 
co-heir of Thomas Browne of Hospital, co. Limerick, by Eliza- 
beth, daughter and heir of Sir John Browne of Hospital afore- 
said. She died at St* James's, Westminster. Her admon. as 
* Dame Helen Browne, alias Viscountess Kenmare,* 22nd July 


IIL VALENTINE (BROWNE), third Viscount Ken- 
MARE, son and heir, born 1 695 ; he appears to have recovered 
possession of the family estates. He died 30th June 1736. He 
married, first, November 1720, Honoria, second daughter of 
Colonel Thomas Butler of Kilcash, by Margaret, Dowager- 
Viscountess Magennis [I], daughter of William (Bourke), seventh 
Earl of Clanricarde [I]. She died 1730. He married, secondly, 
October 1735, Mary, Dowager- Countess of Fingall [I], daughter 
of Maurice FitsiGerald of Castle IsheOj co. Cork, She married, 
thirdly, as his second wife, John (Bellew), fourth Baron Bellew 
of Duleek [I], She died in London 1742, 

1736 IV. THOMAS (BROWNE), fourth V/scount Kenmare, 

etc., second but only surviving son and heir by first wife, born 

1795 ^726. He died gth September 1790 or 1795. He married, 
December 1750, Anne, daughter of Thomas Cooke of Painstown, 
CO. Carlow, by Helen, daughter of Nicholas Purcell. 


1790 0r V. VALENTINE (BROWNE), fifth Viscount KENMAnB, 
^795 etc., only son and heir, born January 1754. He was, as 'Sir 
• Valentine Browne, Baronet of Killarney, co. Kerry ' (the creation 
of 1689 being ignored), created by George in, lath February 
1798, Baron of Castlerosse and ViscoUNT Kenmare [I].^ 
and some three years later, 3rd January iSoi, Viscount Castle- 
ROss£ and Eakl of Kenmare [I]. He died at Castlerosse 3rd 
October 1812-^ 

' The same titles conferred on his ancestor one hundred and eipht years before 
by Kirg James 11 and vii. 

* For a fuller account of this peer and his successors see the extant peerag^e!;. 


VL VALENTINE (BROWNE), second Earl of Ken- 
mare, sixth Viscount Kenmare, born 15th January 1788. On 
the 14th August 1841 he was created by Queen Victoria Baron 
Kenmare of Castlerosse, co. Kerry [U KJ He died s.p, 31st 
October 1853, at Great Malvern, co. Worcester, when the 
Barony of Kenmare of Castlerosse [UK] became extinct. 

VII. THOMAS (BROWNE), third Earl of Kenmare, 
seventh Viscount Kenmare, next brother and heir, born 15th 
January 1789, and was created, lach March 1856, Baron Ken- 
mare OF KiLLARNEY, CO, Kerry [U K]. He died 26th December 
187T, at 54 Eton Place, Middlesex. 

Earl of Kenmare and Viscount Castlerosse (1801), and 
Viscount Kenmare and Baron Castlerosse (1798). eighth 
Viscount K Ems ARE ^TiA Baron Castlerosse (1689) [I], second 
Baron Kenmare of Castlerosse (1856) [U K], and tenth 
Baronet (1622) [1], only son and heir, born i6lh May 1825; 
succeeded his father^ :i6th December 1871 ; K,P. 3rd June 

H KILDRUMMIE, Earl of [S]. 

r i.e. * KiLDRUMMis,* Earldom of (Erskine), created 22nd 

I October 17 15, with * Mar,' Dukedom of, which see. 

KILPEE, Baron [E]. 

I. WALTER PYE is said to have been created Baron 
KiLPEE [E] by King James 11 and vii. 

LALLY, Baronet [I]. 

\. GERARD LALLY, second son of Thomas Lally or 
O'MuUally, of Tullaghnadaly, co. Galway^ by Jane, sister of 
Theobald (Dillon)^ seventh Viscount Dillon [I]. He was an 
officer in the army, and after the surrender of Limerick, 3rd 
October i6gi, he retired to France, and became Lieutenant- 
Colonel of the regiment commanded by his cousin General (after- 
wards Earl) Dillon, 28th July 1708. On 7th July 1707 he was 
created by King James iii and viir, by letters patent dated at 






J J 


St. Germains-en-Laye, a Ba /to/iEr^l^,^ -vrith presumably remainder 
to the heirs-male of his body ; appointed Brigadier-General in 
the French army, 20th February 1734, with the promise of being 
made at the next promotion a Mar^chal-decamp, with pre- 
cedency of 1 7 19. He died at Arras November 1737. He 
married, iSth April 1701, at Romans, diocese of Vienne, Anne 
Mary, daughter of Charles James de Bressac, Seigneur de la 

1737 H- Sir THOMAS ARTHUR LALLY, second Baronet. 

only son and heir, was in 1746, on his return from Scotland, 
created by James in and vm B/iJfOf/ OF Tollendally^ Viscount 
OF Ballymole^ and Earl of Moenmqyne [I]. See Momnmoyns^ 
Earl of. 

LANSDOWN. Baron [E]. 

i.e. ^ Lansdo^n,' Barony of (Granville), created 6th October 
172 1, with ' Batn,' Earldom of, which see. 


i.e. * Lansdown OF B/DEFORD* CO. Devon, Barony of (Gran- 
ville), created 3rd November 1721, with * Albemarle^ Dukedom 
OF, which see. 


LISMORE, Earl of [1} 

I. DANIEL O'BRIEN or OBRYAN, son' of Major- 
General Morough O'Brien of Carrisgogunnell, co. Limerick, an 

' See a letter signed *G. D. B." in N. and Q., Qth series, x. p. 453- 
• The Duke qf Luynes says thai he was a man of low birth, not an O'Brien at aU. 
According to him, his graadlfather was a groom in the service of one of the Clancany 
family, who came to France after the Revolution, enlered one of the Scottish or Irish 
infantry regiments, served with distinction, and was advanced from the tank of Sergeant 
to that of Lieutenant-Colonel, See an article by A[iice] S[hield] in The Royaiist^r.\. pp. 
{sti) 32.36. This, however, is obviously incorrect. His father, Murrough O'Brien, for 
many years Colonel of the O'Brien regiment, was an officer of bravery and ability ; m 
proof of which his gallantry at Ramellcs, and the fine manoeuvre at Faltice, are 
particularly cited. ' That brave old soldier, Major General Morough O'Brien,' observes 
&q English contemporary, an adherent of the House of Hanover, 'has left a son behind 
* him that joins all the abilities of the statesman, wiih the politeness of the courtier, to 
' the martial spirit of the father' See O'Callaghan's History ef the Irish Brigade, 
The ofSctal record of his services., supplied by the French Minister of War, is as 
follows: Volunteer, Hamilton's English infantry regiment, joih April J671, with 



officer in the French service, and (1706-1720) Colonel of the 
regiment afterwards commanded by Lord Clare ; bom at Per- 
pignan 1683 ; entered the French army as a cadet, 1694 ; Ensign 
in the Irish infantry regiment of Talbot (afterwards known as 
that of O'Brien or Clare), March 1695; Captain r^/orm^, June 
169;? ;' obtained a company, September 1706; and attained the 
rank of Colonel, 20th June 1719. He was a faithful and one of 
the most trusted of the servants of King James tit and vtii, 
whom he served long and well at the French Court. On 
17th March 1726 he was created' Baron^ of Castle Lvoxs [!], 
with remainder to the heirs-male of his body, and (having 
been for several years previously his agent there}* was, 26tli 
September 1745, appointed King James's Ambassador at the 
Court of Paris; on 7th February 1747 he received full powers 
to treat with the Court of Madrid, and continued to represent 
James at these Courts until May 1747. when he was recalled 
to Rome, and from November 1747 to his death was Secke- 
TARV OF State. He had previously, itth October 1746» as 
' Daniel Obryan, Baron of [ ], Our Minister at 

' the Court of France,' been created Baron of [ ], 

Viscount of Tallow, and Earl of Lismore [I], with remainder 
to the heirs-male of his body, but he does not appear to have 

which he passed into France. Ensign, 1673 ; passed (by incorporation) into the 
German infantry regiment of Fuistemberg, loth March 1678 ; Captain t//t)rm/, 1688 ; 
Captain of foot, 1689 ; passed into the Irish infantry regiment of O'tirien, afterwards 
Clare'Sj i6g[; Major, i2ih March 1694; Lieutenant-Colonel, 25th January 1705; 
Colonel, nth August 1706; Brigadier of infantry, 49th March 1710; Mar^chal-de- 
camp, 1st February 1719; died, July 1730. Campaigns in Bar and Westphalia, 1672- 
1673; Germany, idy^ 1675, 1676, 1677, and 1678; Catalonia, 1684 ; KoussUlon, 1690- 
1691; Italy* 1693-1696; on the Meuse, 1697; Germany, 1701, 1702, 1703, and 1704; 
with the army of the Moselle, 1705 \ to Flanders, 1706, I 707^ >7oS> I709g ^7^*^^ >7iit 
a.iid 171^ ; and on the Rhine* ■7i3> 

' Daniel O'Brien, ' now serving with the troops in France,' and the son of gentle 
parents in co. Cork, had a declaration of his noblesse from King James, 31st October 

' He is in the patent described as ''Daniel Obryan, Esq., son of the deceased 
'* [ ] Obryan.' The name of the title is left blank, but bis credentials to the Court 

of Paris are endorsed : *The date blank in all but. the year, vii. 1745. B^* '^^'^y *cre 

* signed by the King, 15 Nov. 1745'; ^"^^ '1 another handwriting, 'Col. Obryan filled 

* Up the date of these full powers at Albano, 26 Sept. 1745, in the 4sth year of the 
' King's reign, and also filled up tKe blank of Baron with the title of Castel Lyons.' 

' Miss A[licc] S[hield], in her article in The Royalisi above referred to, says that 
from the early thirties to C747 he represented the King at the French Court as ckarg/ 
iCaffiiires, but thete appears to be some conrusion between this Colonel Daniel O'Brien 
and Colonel John O'Brien (created a Baronet [I] 19th January 1723), who was the Colonel 
O'Brien appointed King James's Minister at the French Court, zist July 1733. 



assumed the title ' until his appointment as Secretary of Stale, 
upon which occasion he was made a K.G. In May 1749 he 
undertook a mission to Madrid, and on his return to Rome, 
the December following, was nominated by King^ James for the 
Grand Cross of St. Louis, which he received 1750. He died 
at Rome, 5th November 1759, aged seventy-six. Lord Lismore 
married, before 1736, Margaret Josepha O'Brien, who claimed 
to be of the family of Lord Clare. She had held before her 
marriage a small post at the Spanish Court,^ which would seem to 
establish her gentility, and she was probably the daughter of a 
Jacobite refugee. She was much mixed up in all the intrigues 
of the time, and on her husband's departure for Rome she re- 
mained in Paris, and continued as a sort of semi- accredited 
ambassadress, recognised, if not trusted, by King James. In 
January 1749 she was banished from Paris, being accused by 
her enemy de Maurepas of being concerned in the manufacture 
of lampoons, but was recalled on his disgrace the October 
following. In April 1757, however, she was sent to Caen by a 
leUre de cachet^ but was back in Paris shortly afterwards, and in 
conjunction with her son continued to manage the King's affairs 
until November 1763, when his health having failed, the Duke 
of York assumed the direction of affairs, and immediately took 
management out of their hands, and warned them if they com- 
plained they would be deprived of the pension allowed them by 
the King. He had issue an only son : — 

r. James Daniel, Viscount Tau^ow^ his heir." 

1759 II. JAMES DANIEL (O'BRIEN), second Earl of Us- 

MORE, Viscount Tallow, and Baron Castle LvoNSt only son 

' and heir of the preceding, born in Paris, iSth August 1736; 
entered as an Ensign in the Guard of the King of Spain, 1744 ; 
admitted into the first company of the musketeers of the ordi- 

' King James did not like the titles he coDfetred used. On Ijfrd Lismore's creation 
Prince Charles immediately demanded that Lochiel should be allowed to call himself a 
Baron, King James refosed. He could not, he said, declare Lochiel's title unless he 
were to declare all the letters patent, which were in great number, and it would be 
highly improper to do so. Lsr(i Usmare wa& not a precedent, for his title would not 
have been decUred if \\t had not gone to fill so high a position near his (the King's) 
person. '^Lochiers interest and reputation in his own country-, atid being at the hf^ad 
' of a regiment in France, wilt make him more considered than any empty title I could 
' give him.' 

* See the article in The Royaliit, xi. p. (flV) 35, above mentioned. 

' D'Arg-enson speaks of him as * Lord Talon.' 



nary Guard of the King of France, 29th May 1750; Captain 
rtformioi the Irish infantry regiment of Clare, loth September 
1 751; Colonel riformi <A i^i^ regiment of Rothe, iSth August 
1754, and Knight of St. Louis; succeeded his father, 5th 
November 1759; acted for some time, till November 1763, 
in conjunction with his mother^ as the King's agent in Paris, 
On 25th November 1766 he was authorised to enter the 
service of the Elector of Bavaria.* He is said to have died 
unmarried before 17S9. 

LOCHIEL^ Baron [S]. 

L JOHN CAMERON OF LOCHIEL, eldest son and heir 
of the celebrated Sir Ewen Cameron of Lochiel," by his second 
wife, Isabel, daughter of Sir Lauchlan Maclean of Duart, first 
Baronet [S]. He joined' the Earl of Mar in 1715 at the head of his 
clan, his father being then upwards of eighty-six and too old to lead 
it in person. He was present at Prestonpans, and being attainted, 
retired to France, where he lived for over thirty years in exile. 
On 27th January 1717 he was, as * John Cameron, eldest lawful 
' son of Sir Ewen Cameron of Lochiel,' created by King James 
a Lord and Peer of Parliament as Lord Lochiel [S], with re- 
mainder to his lawful heirs-male. He died at Nieuport in 
Flanders 174S/, He married Isabel, daughter of Alexander 
Campbell, sixth of Lochnell, by Margaret, only child of Duncan 
Stewart, seventh of Appin, He had issue; — 

1. VionsXd, Master OF LocH/EL. 

2. Hon. John Cameron of Fassifern, Argyllshire. He 
took no active part in the '45, but was nevertheless 
arrested, 28th April 1753, on the charge of corre- 
sponding with attainted persons and exiled. He 
settled in the West Indies, where he became a mer- 
chant ; he afterwards returned to Scotland and died 

' rnformation supplied by the French Minister of War 

* Sir Ewen was a noted Royalist. He fought under Monttoje, wi^s one of the first 
to join the rising of i6;2 in favour of the Kmg, and the last who held out against 
Cromwell. Although past seventy, in 16S9 he led the clan at Killiecrankiei^acid greatly 
distiDguislicd himself at that battEe. 

^ Before doing so, however, he made over the estates to his son Donald, thereby 
saving them for the time from forfeiture. 

* Otber accounts say at Boulogne, 174.7. 





at Fassifern. He married Jean, daughter of John 
Campbell of Achallader, and had issue. 

Hon. Archibald Cameron, M.D. He took an active 
part in the '45, was attainted 1746, but escaped to 
France. Returning, however, to Scotland in 1753, he 
was arrested and imprisoned in Edinburgh Castle, 
26th March, from thence transferred to the Tower, 
and on 17th May arraigned before the Court of the 
King's Bench upon the Act of Attainder of 1746, and 
in spite of the Act of Indemnity of 1747 executed on 
Tower Hill, on Thursday, 7th June 1753. He was 
buried beneath the altar of the Chapel Royal of the 
Savoy. He married Jean, daughter of Archibald 
Cameron of Dungallon, and left issue. 

Hon. Alexander Cameron, a priest, died a prisoner on 
board a ship in the Thames. 

Hon, Ewen Cameron, emigrated to Jamaica, and be- 
came a sugar-planter there, where he died. 

H. DONALD (CAMERON), second Lord Lochiel, *the 
' gentle Lochiel,' born 1695, succeeded his grandfather, Sir Ewen 
Cameron, February 17 19, as actual chief of clan Cameron, his 
father being then in exile. On the arrival of Prince Charles in 
1745, in consequence of having long prepared for another attempt 
to restore the Stuarts, he was able to put a regiment of eight 
hundred well-armed and well-disciplined men in the field, at the 
head of which he served throughout the campaign. He was 
desperately wounded at Culloden, i6th April 1746, but managed 
to escape, and remained in hiding until 29th September, when 
in attendance on the Prince he sailed for France, He was 
made Colonel of the regiment of Albany by Louis xiv, 20th 
October 1747. He succeeded his father 1748, but died 26th 
October the same year at Borgue, of an attack of brain fever. 
He had been attainted 1746 and his estates confiscated. He 
married Anne^ only daughter of Sir James Campbell of Auchin- 
breck, M.P., fifth Baronet [S], by his first wife, Janet, daughter 
of Norman MacLeod of MacLeod. He had issue : — 

1. John, Master of Lochiel, his heir. 

2. Hon. James Cameron, Captain of the Royal Scots 

regiment, commanded by Lord Lewis Drummond, 
died unmarried 1759. 



3. Hon. Charles Cameron, succeeded his eldest brother. 

4. Hon. Isabel Cameron, married Colonel Mores of the 

French army, 

5. Hon. Janet Cameron, a nun in Paris. 

6. Hon. Henrietta Cameron, married Captain Portin of 

the French army. 

7. Hon. Donalda Cameron died unmarried, 

III. JOHN (CAMERON), third Lord Locbtei^ eldest son 1748 
and heir, Captain in the regiment of Albany, succeeded his father 
26th October 1748, returned to Scotland in 1759, and died *^^^ 
unmarried at Edinburgh, loth November 1762.* 

IV. CHARLES (CAMERON), fourth Lord LocmsL, only 1762 
surviving brother and heir. He was permitted to return to 
Scotland^ and assisted in raising the second regiment of ^' 
Fraser's Highlanders in 1775, He died in Glasgow in 1776^ 

He married, 1767 [ ], daughter of [ ] Marshal^ 

and had, with other issue, a son : — 

I. Donald, Master of Locs/el, his heir. 

V. DONALD (CAMERON), fifth Lord Lochiel, son and 
heir, born 1769; he obtained the restoration of his estates 
under the General Act of Amnesty of 1784. He died JS32. 
He married at Edinburgh, a^rd April* 1795. the Hon. Anne, 
eldest daughter of General Sir Ralph Abercrombyt K.C. B., by 
Mary Anne, suo jure Baroness Abercromby [U K], second 
daughter and co-heir of John Menzies of Fernton, Perth. She 
died 17th September 1S44. He had issue: — 

1. Donald, Master of^ LocHiEL^ his heir, 

2. Rev. the Hon. Alexander Cameron, married, jst Sep- 

tember 1835, Charlotte, daughter of Very Rev. the 
Hon. Edward Rice, D.D., and had issue. 

3. Hon. Mary Anne Cameron, married, 2nd September 

1846, Rear- Admiral Lord John Hay, who died 
s,p. 26th August 1 85 1. She died 30th November 

4. Hon. Matilda Cameron, died unmarried 1894, 

' Sc6ts Ma^axiru^ 1762, p. 623. 

» fbid. 1795, p. 375- 



VI. DONALD (CAMERON), sixth Lojid Lochiel, D.L.. 
CO. Inverness, etc., elder son and heir, born 25th September 
1796; entered the army, 1814, and served with the Grenadier 
Guards at the battle of Waterloo. He died 2nd December 
1858. He married, 31st July 1832, Lady Vere Catherine Louisa, 
sister of George Robert (Hobart), fifth Earl of Buckingham- 
shire [G B], daughter of the Hon. George Vere Hobart, by his 
second wife, Janet, daughter of Colonel Alexander Maclean. 
She died 15th November 1888. He had issue: — 

1. Donald, Master of Locbiel, his heir. 

2. Hon. George Hampden Cameron, assumed the ad- 

ditional surname of Hampden, born October 1840, 
died, unmarried, 23rd June 1S74. 

3. Hon, Anne Louisa Cameron, died unmarried 24th June 


4. Hon. Julia Vere Cameron, married, 15th June 1870, 

Major-General Hugh Mackenzie, and has issue, 

5. Hon. Sibella Matilda Cameron, married as first wife, 

I3th December 1865, the Rev. Henry George John 
Veitch of Eliock, co. Dumfries, and died 7th April 
1890, leaving issue, 

6. Hon. Albinia Mary Cameron, died unmarried January 


1858 VIL DONALD (CAMERON), seventh Lord Lochiel, 

twenty-fourth Captain of Clan Cameron, Lord- Lieutenant co< 
Inverness, J. P. co. Bucks, and J. P., D.L., Argyll; M.P. for 
CO. Inverness, 1868-1875; born 5th April 1835; succeeded his 
father, 2nd December 1858. He married, 9th December 1875, 
Lady Margaret Elizabeth, second daughter of Walter Francis 
(Montagu-Douglas-Scott), fifth Duke of Buccleuch and seventh 
Duke of Queensberry [S]^ by his wife, the Lady Charlotte Anne, 
daughter of Thomas (Thynne), second Marquis of Bath [G B], 
She was born loth October 1846, He has issue : — 

1. Donald Walter, Master of Lochiel^ Lieutenant 

Grenadier Guards, bom 4th November 1876. 

2. Hon. Ewen Charles Cameron, born i8tb February 


3. Hon. Allan George Cameron, 2nd Lieutenant Cameron 

Highlanders, born 27th July 18S0. 

4. Hon. Archibald Cameron, born 5th January i886. 



LOVAT, Baron [S], 

i.e. ^ LovAT^ Barony of (Fraser), created 14th March 1740, 
with ^ pRASEf!,' Duf^EDOM OFy which see. 

LOUGH MO RE, Baron [I]. 

I. NICHOLAS PURCELL, Lord of the Barony of Lough- 1689 
mow, CO, Tipperary, was a Colonel of a regiment of horse in - 
King James's army m 16S9. He was probably the [ ] 

Purcell said to have been created in 16S9 or 1690 by King . 
James BAjioN Louchmore [I]. ^ 

LUCAN, Earl of [1]. 

L PATRICK SARSFIELD, of Lucan, co. Dublin, second 1690/1 
son of Patrick Sarsfield of Lucan, by Anne, daughter of Rory 
O'More, born at Lucan near Dublirij educated at a French 
Military College ; succeeded his elder brother William in the 
family estates, 16SS ; Captain ki Colonel Dongans regiment of 
foot, 9th February 167S; Captain in Hamilton's Dragoons, 20th 
June 1685; and Lieutenant-Colonel of Dover's Horse, iSth 
October following; Colonel, 22nd May 1686. In 1688 he raised 
a troop of horse in Ireland for King James, of which he was 
made Colonel with the rank of Brigadier-General, and also P.C. 
[1]; M.P. CO. Dublin, 7th May 16S9. He greatly distinguished 
himself at the first siege of Limerick, August 1690, and in reward 
was created by King James, January 1690/1, Baron Rosberrv^ 
Viscount of Tully^ and Eakl of Lucan, co. Dublin [I], with 
presumably remainder to the heirs-male of his body ; appointed 
Colonel of the Life Guards and Commander-in-Chief of the 
forces in Ireland, January to May, and again July to October 
1691. The favourable terms of the capitulation of Limerick, 
3rd October 1691, were mainly owing to his skill.^ After the 
surrender he retired to France and was appointed Captain of 
the second troop of the Irish Horse Guards, January 1692. He 
was killed, at the head of a French division, at the battle of 
Landen in the attack on the village of Nerwinden, in Flanders, 
29th July 1693.' He married Lady Honora, second daughter of 

* Kingjame^ Irish Army List, 1689, by J, D'AUon, 1855, pp. 23^245. 
' TAe Cetnpiete Peerage. 

* The Diet, of Nat. Biog, says he was wounded, and died a few days later, 19th 
Aug:us^t> bm the cotnmi$£iLOa to Lord Claacarty to succeed him js. dated I4ih Augu&L 

L Si 




William (Bourke), seventh Earl of Clanricarde [I], by his second 
wife, Lady Ellen, daughter of Donough (MacCarty), first Earl of 
Clancarty [I]. She married, secondly, as first wife, 26th March 
1695, in the Chapel Royal, St. Germains, James (Fitzjanies), first 
Duke of Berwick [K], K.G. She died at Pezenas in Langue- 
doc, i6th January 1698, in her twenty-third year» and was buried 
in the English convent at Ponioise. He had issue : — 

1. James, Viscount TOLLVy his heir. 

2. Lady [ ] Sarsfield, married, about 1718, Baron 

Theodore de Neuhof, sometime King of Corsica. 

second Earl of Lucan^ Viscount Tullv, Baron of Rosberky, 
only son and heir, born 30th March 1693, and baptized at St. 
Germains 1 2th May following, the Prince of Wales being sponsor ; 
succeeded his father, 29th July 1693. He had an annual pension 
of 3000 livres granted him by Louis xiv before 30th November 
1698;^ was at first brought up jinder the care of his paternal 
relations, the Misses Sarsfield (generally styled the Ladies 
Kilmallock) ;^ and in 1703 was sent with his step-brother, Lord 
Tinmouth, by the Duke of Berwick, to the College at Plessis. 
He afterwards entered the Spanish army, and greatly distin- 
guished himself at the reduction of Barcelona, being wounded 
in the last assault ; became Captain of the Bodyguard to King 
Philip V and Knight of the Golden Fleece. In 1715 he was 
in Ireland 'on the King's business.'^ He died s.p, at St. Omer 
in Flanders, 12th May 1719, when all his titles became extinct" 

' See warrants from James ri and vii, 20th November 1698, and from Mary of Modena, 
ath Februaty 1703, to Henry Conquest, empowering him to receive the pension granted 
by Louis xiv 10 the young Earl of Xj^^^Ti.^CaUndar of Sluarl Papers^ i. pp. 134, iSi. 

* See Thi Rpya/ist, xi. pp. ii^ 12. 

^ The foll^iwing proclamation was issued April 17151, 'That the Government having 

* certain inteUigcnce that Sarsfield, otherwise called Earl of Lucan, and several officers, 
'' who had lately landed and dispersed themselves m several parts of the K^ngduni, had 
' held conferences with divers Papists of distiiiciion, with design to ferment a rebellion 
' ID favour of the Pretender; and that they had certainly concerted a general insurrcc- 
' tion, which was to be in all parts of the kingdom the same nijjht and hoar^ having lt> 
' this end their emissaries in each province, therefore n was thought fit to give notice 
' thereof id all the inhabilants, that they might take the necessary mcas^ures to appre^ 

* htnd the said Sarsfield, and all the oDlicers who were come into the Kingdom with that 

* de:&ign, etc.,,' and a reward of ^1000 was promised for securing any one of the said 
persons within three months. See O'Callaghan's History of the Irish Brigadt^ p. 320, 
which work contains a. good accaum of the two Earls of Lucan. 

' His death ts thus noticed in the London Cazeliei May 1719 \ * Sarsfield, called Lord 

* Lucan, who had lately been in Irelaad, died at St. Omers, on the tath instant' 



LUMISDEN, Baronet [S]. 

1. JOHN LUMISDEN, eldest son of Andrew Lumisden, 
sometime Rector of Duddingstoti and afterwards (172/-1733) 
Bishop of Edinburgh and Primus of Scotland, by Catharine Craig 
of Riccarton, and cousin of Andrew Lumisden, for many years 
the faithful Secretary of Kings James iii and viii and Charles in. 
On 5th January 174O he was created by King James a Knight 
and Baronet [S].' He died s.p. in France 1751.^ He married 
(having been tutor to her son) Mary, Dowager-Viscountess Ken- 
mure [S] (widow of William (Gordon), sixth Viscount Kenmure [S], 
executed on Tower Hill, 24th February 1715/16, for his loyalty), 
sister of Robert (Dalzell), fifth Earl of Carnwath [S], and daughter 
of Sir John Dalzell, by Harriet, daughter of Sir William Murray, 
Baronet [SJ She died, i6th August 1776, at Terregles. 



L WILLIAM DORINGTON, Lieutenant-Colonel of the 
King's Royal Irish regiment of Foot Guards, an Englishman, 
was made a P.C. [1], April 1689,^ a few days after King 

' The patent is endorsed : ' Sent to my Lady Kcnmare.' 

' Of his two uncles the elder, Charles, was a surgeon in Edinburgh, and had an only 
son, John, who died s,p,^ and the younger, William, bom 1 Jlh June j688, was engaged 
in the '15, and to take the oaths, could not pass the Scottish Bar, but became a 
Writer in Edinburgh, where hq died 1757, He married Mary, third daughter of Robert 
Bruce, third son of Robert Bruce of Kennet, and by her, who died 1756, had issue : — 
J. Andrew Lumisden, attainted 1746 ; Assistant Secretary to James in and viii, 
1751-1763; sole Secretary, 1763-1766, aod to Charles iii, 1766-1768. He 
died in Edinburgh 25th December iSor. 
2. Isabella, born 17th October 1719; died 28lh February 1806; married 1747, 
the well-known Sir Robert Strange, and had issue. 
See Memoirs 0/ the Family 0/ Lumisden or Lurnsden^ by H. W. Lurasden, 1889, 
^ Together with William (Herbert), first Duke of Pawis [E]. 

James (Fitzjames), first Duke of Berwick [E). 

Richard (Bourke), eighth Earl of Clanricarde [I]. 

Claud (Hamilton], fourth Earl of Abercorn [S] ; second Lord Stra- 

bane [J]. 
Nicholas (Taaffe), third Earl of Carhampton [Ij. 
John (Drummond), first Earl of Melfort [S]. 
David (Satsfield), third Viscount Sarsfield of Kilmatlock [1]. 
Daniel (O'Brien), third Viscount Clare [I}. 
[ ] Meryon, 

Valentine (Browne), first PiscmtU Kenmare [1]. 
Ignatius (White), first Marquis of Albcvillc [H R EJ, first Baronet [E]. 
Sir Edward Herbert, Lord Chief-Justice [E]. 
Colonel Patrick Sarsfield, a/tenvards Earl of Lucao [I]. 


James's arrival in Dublin, and shortly afterwards Colonel of 
the Foot Guards in succession to the Duke of Ormond- He 
served with distinction at the blockade of Derry, 1689, and at 
the battle of the Boyne, July 1690; Governor of the city and 
county of Limerick ; was captured at the battle of Aughrim, 
izth July 1691, and was imprisoned in Dublin, Chester, and the 
Tower/ but being^ afterwards exchanged, he returned to Ireland 
and was attainted as ' of Dublin.' After the Treaty of Limerick 
he went with his regiment to France, with which he was in 
Normandy m 1692 as part of the force designed to restore King 
James. He was at the battle of Landen, July 16931 and at the 
capture of Charleroi ; Brigadier [F] by brevit, 28th April 1694 ; 
served with the army of Flanders, 1695-1697, The Royal Irish 
Foot Guards being broken up after the Peace of Ryswick, by 
order 27th February 1698, he was the same day appointed 
Colonel of the new regiment formed out of it, which hence- 
forth bore his name, and of which he continued Colonel to his 
death; served with the army of Germany, 1701/2; appointed 
Major-General by brevit, 23rd December 1702; with the army 
of Bavaria, 1703, being present at the battles of Hochstadt and 
Blenheim^ 13th August 1704; Lieutenant-General, 26th October 
1704 ; with the army of the Rhine, 1705/6; and with the army 
of Germany, 1709/10. He accompanied King James to Scotland 
in 17 15, and is said to have been created Earl of Maccles- 
field, etc. [E].' He died in Paris, nth December 1718." 

' There was an order, in September, for Major-General Dorington ' to have the 

* liberty of the Tower, and for his friends and retqtions to visit him.' Yet^ among other 
matters for which, in 1694, Lord Lucas, as * Governor of the Tower,' was ' several times 

* called before the Council,' is mentioned 'the ill-usage of Major-General Dorington.' 
See O'Caltaghan's History of the Irish Brigade^ p. 89, 

^ La Quolidienne of Paris for 22nd March 1S41 has the following; 'A Abbeville, 

* vicnnent de mourler, ^ quelques jours de distance deux frftres, le comte et le chevalier 

* Macclesfield Dorrtngton, Ag^s, I'un de 85, t'auire de 74 ans^ et issus d'un comte 

* William Dorrlngton, colonel d'un regiment anglais de bor nom, qui ^migra avec 

* Jacques !!, et qui fut cr^^, niais dans Texi], pair I'Angleterre, par le monarquc dont tl 
' avail servi et saivi la triste fortune avec la plus courageuse fidelite. 

'En ces deux fr^res s'est ^(einte la branche des Dorrington, ^tabli ep France de 
' puis I'expulsion des Stuarts,, 

*■ La branche anglaise, apr&s Strc toiit-.Vfaic tomb^e, s'est rdevee, et le chef de cette 
' branche occupe aujourd'hui, ^ Landres^ un emploi tr&s-lucratif et trds-iinportaQt pr^s 
' de la chambre des communes. C'est un homme fort distingu^ par I'^ldgance de ces 
' maniibres et de son esprit.' 

' O'Callaghan's Irish Brigatlx, p. 9a Statement of services supplied by French 
Minister of War. A William Dorington was appointed Registrar of the Court of 
Chancery [I], 23rd July 1689, and an Andrew Dorington was captain in the Earl of 
Clancarty's regiment of infantry. 



MACDONALD, Baronet [I or S]. 

have been 'brother's son to the Earl of Antrim,' ' is said to have 
been created in 1745 a Baronet [? I or S] by the Prince Regent. 
He was one of the seven who accompanied Prince Charles to 
Scotland in 1745 and served under him down to Culloden. 


MACDONELL, Baron [S]. 

Glengarry, son and heir of Ranald Macdonell of Scotus, and 
afterwards (1682) of Glengarry,^ by Flora, daughter of Alexander 
MacLeod of MacLeod; succeeded his father between 1682 and 
i68g, was a devoted Royalist and joined Dundee. At the battle 
of Kiljiecrankie he carried the Royal Standard, and was attainted 
by the Government In 1690, but appears to have managed to 
retain possession of his estates. In 17 15 he joined Mar, and 
at SherifTmuir with some three thousand of his clan fought on 
the right wing, and when the fall of Alan of Clanranald had 
momentarily caused dismay he stepped forward and led the final 
charge. He was again attainted in 1716, and in recognition of 
his great services he was, gth December 1716, created by James 
III and viii a Lord and Peer of Parliament as Lord Macdonald 
or Macdonell [S], with remainder to his heirs-male.* He died 
1724. He married, first, the Hon. Anne, second daughter of 
Hugh (Eraser), eighth Lord Lovat [S], by Anne, daughter of 
Sir John Mackenzie of Tarbat, first Baronet [S], by whom he 
had one daughter, Anne. He married, secondly, Lady Mary, 
fourth daughter of Kenneth (Mackenzie), third Earl of Seaforth 

' Report of Proceedings on thf Conduct of . . . Sir John Cope (Londotij 1749), p, 1 56. 
It must be noted, however, that the first Earl of Antrim died in 1G36, leaving iwo sons, 
Randal, second £arl and first Marquis, died s.p. 1682, and Alexander, third Earl 
(atuinled for adhering to James n and vii), whodiicd 1699, leaving- an only son Randal, 
fourth Earl, who died 1721, himself leaving an only son. The Chevalier Johnstone 
refers to him contemptuousty as 'Macdonell an Irishman.' 

' Ranald was the nephew and heir of yEneas (Macdonell), Hrst Baron Macdonell 
and Arrays [S], so created by Charles II, zoth December i66d, in recognition of his 
services against Cromwell, He died s.p. (see The Comphle Feeragf, v. p. 197, note c) 

' The patent is endorsed: 'Young Glengarry, grandchild to Glengarry in this 
' warrant, Representing that the original! was destroyed, and begging a duplicate of it, 
* the duplicate signed by the King was sent to him by Edgar, the 24tti Dec. 1748.* 





[S], by Isabella, daughter of Sir John Mackenzie of Tarbat, first 
Baronet [S]. He had issue: — 

1. Donald, younger of Glengarry, killed at Killiecrankie, 

I 7/27 July 1689. 

2. John, Master of Macdonell, his heir. 

3. Hon, Randulph Macdonell of Kylles. 

4. Hon. Alexander Macdonell. 

11. JOHN (MACDONELL). second Lokd Macdonell, 
second but eldest surviving son and heir, succeeded his father 
1724. On the arrival of Prince Charles In 1745 he allowed his 
clan, under the command of his second son, Angus or y^neas, to 
join him. The Prince halted at his castle of Invergarry on Loch* 
ness on his advance from Glenfinnan, and again the morning after 
Culloden, but on both occasions the chief was absent. The castle 
was plundered and burned by Cumberland. He died 1754. He 
married, first, [ ], only daughter of Colin Mackenzie of 

the Hilton family, by Isabella, daughter of Donald Simpson of 
Ferintosh, by whom he had two sons. He married, secondly, 
[ ], daughter of John Gordon of Glenbucket He had 

issue : — 

1. Alastair, Master of Macdonell, his heir, 

2. Hon. ^neas Macdonell. He commanded the clan 

during the '45, was present at Prestonpans, formed 
part of the rearguard in the retreat from Derby, and 
was accidentally shot after the battle of Falkirk by 
one of Clanranald's regiment. He married Margaret, 
daughter of Alexander Robertson of Struan, and had, 
with a daughter, Augusta, one son : — 
(r) Duncan, fourth Lord Macdonell. 
3» Hon, James Macdonell, married and had issue. 

4, Hon. Charles Macdonell, a Major tn the army. 

5. Hon. Helen Macdonell, married Ranald Macdonell of 

Scot us. 

DONELLy eldest son and heir, succeeded his father 1754. He had 
been sent to France early in 1745 with a message to Prince 
Charles from the Scots Jacobites, but he missed him, and return- 
ing to Scotland was captured in a French transport on 25th 
November 1745, and confined in the Tower for twenty-two 
months. He died s.p, 23rd December 1761. 


IV. DUNCAN (MACDONELL). fourth Zo^^ Macdonrll, 
nephew and heir, succeeded his uncle, 23rd December 1761. 
He died, nth July 1788, at Elgin.* He married, 1772, Marjory, 
second daughter of Sir Ludovick Grant of Dalvey, sixth Baronet 
[S], by Margaret, daughter of Sir James Innes, fifth Baronet [S]. 
He had issue -. — 

1. Aiastair, Master of Macdonell, his heir. 

2. Hon. Lewis Macdonell, a Captain in the army. Died 

unmarried, aged nineteen. 

3. Hon. Sir James Macdonell, K.C.B., a Lieutenant- 

General in the army, greatly distinguished himself at 
Waterloo. Died unmarried 1857. 

4. Hon. Angus Macdonell. died an infant. 

5. Hon, Somerled Macdonell, R,N., died unmarried at 

Ciira9oa in the West Indies. 

6. Hon. Elizabeth Macdonell, married fifst^ at Invergarry 

House, 1795. before 1st April,^ William Chisholm of 
that Ilk, and had issue. She married, secondly, 18 19, 
Colonel Sir Alexander Ramsay of Balmain, seventh 
Baronet [S], who died &,p. 1830. 

Hon. Margaret Macdonell, married Major James 
Downing. She died 7th October 1859, aged eighty- 

Hon. Sibella Macdonell, unmarried. 

V. ALASTAIR (MACDONELL), fifth Lord Macdonell, 
eldest son and heir, born \%i\\. September 1771, succeeded bis 
father 11th July 178S, and died at Corran on Loch Linnhe, 
17th January 1828, from an attack of brain fever^ as the result 
of an accident whilst escaping from a steamer which had gone 
ashore.' He married at Edinburgh, 20th January 1802,* Rebecca, 
daughter of Sir William Forbes of Pitsligo, sixth Baronet 
[S], by Elizabeth, daughter of Sir James Hay of Hayston, 
sixth Baronet [S]. She died 1840. He had issue one son and 
seven daughters : — 

1. jEneas, Master of Macdonell, his heir. 

2. Hon. Elizabeth Macdonell, married Roderick C. Mac- 

' Scots Magazine, 178B, p. 362, ' Uid., 1795^ p, 275. 

' As to his character, sec an article in Blackwdod's by hi$ datjghter, and also Tkt 
Royaiiitf iv. p. 141. * Scots Magazine^ 1802, p. iSl. 


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donald of Castletinin, Prince Edward's Island, and 
had issue ; — 

(r) John Alastair Macdonald, a monk in Canada. 

(2) Emma Macdonald, now deceased. 

(3) Elizabeth Macdonald, a nun. 

Hofi. Marsali MacdonelI» married, 22nd October 1833, 
Andrew Bonnar, fourth son of Andrew Bonnar of 
Kimmerghame, Berwick^ and had issue two sons and 
two daughters. 

Hopi. Jemima 'Rebecca Macdonell, married, 5tb July 
1S33, Charles Hay Forbes of Canaan Park, Edin- 
burgh, and by him, who died 5th November 1859, 
had, with other issue, an elder son. Sir William 
Stuart Forbes of Pitsligo, ninth Baronet [S]. 

Hon. Louisa Christian Macdonell^ born 1814, died 
unmarried at Rothesay, Bute, 26th February 1900^ 
and was buried there. 

Hon. Caroline Hester Macdonell, died unmarried at 
Rothesay, June or July 1885, and was buried there. 

Hon, Guilelmina Macdonell, married, 12th April 1853, 
Hugh H. Brown of Newhall and Carlops, and had 
issue two sons, Horatio and Allan Brown, who died 
in Australia loth January 1902. She still survives. 

Hon Euphemia Macdonell, who died, aged twelve> 



Lord Macdonell and sixteenth Chief of Glengarry, only 
son and heir, born 19th July 1S18, succeeded his father 17th 
January 1S2S. On coming of age he sold the Glengarry portion 
of the estates to Lord Ward, afterwards Earl of Dudley, for 
;f 91,000, and some time afterwards the Knoydart portion, with 
the two splendid forests of Ladhar Bheinn and Barrisdale, was 
disposed of to a Mr. Baird. He died at Invergarry, 19th June 
1852, and was buried in the family burial-ground at Kilfinnan. 
He married, 18th December 1833, Josephine, eldest daughter of 
William Bennett, and grandniece of the Right Rev. William 
Bennett, Bishop of Cloyne. She died at Edinburgh, ^ih July 
1857, and was buried in the Inverleith Cemetery. He had 
issue : — 

I. Alexander Ranaldson, Master of Macdonell^ his 


2. Hon, ^neas Robert Macdonell, a distinguished 
student, born 1835, drowned 15th December 1S55. 

3. Hon. Charles Ranaldson Macdoneli, afterwards eighth 
Lord Macdonell. 

4. Hon. Marsali Macdonell^ married 1869 Hector 
Frederick Maclean of Edinburgh, and died s.p. nth 
February 1887. 

5. Hon. Eliza Macdonell, born 1840, died unmarried in 


6. Hon. Helen Rebecca Macdonell, eventual {1887) sole 

heir of her father, married, 7th August 1865, Captain 
John Cuninghame of Balgownie House, Fifeshire, 
J, P., who died 23rd September 1879. She died 29th 
May 1S88, leaving issue : — 

(i) John Alastair Erskine Cuninghame of Bal- 
gownie House, heir-of-line of the Mac- 
donells of Glengarry, born loth November 
1869, married, 6th June igoi^ Margaret Jean, 
youngest daughter of William Carstares Dun- 
lop of Galrbraid^ and has issue a daughter, 
Margaret Helen Erskine, born 23rd August 

seventh Lord Macdonell and seventeenth Chief of Glen- 
garry, eldest son and heir, born 5th October 1834, succeeded his 
father 19th June 1852, and emigrated to Australia. He died 
unmarried in Dunedin, New Zealand, 2nd June 1862, and was 
buried in the Church of England burial-ground in the Southern 
Cemetery there. 

eighth Lord Macdonell and eighteenth Chief of Glengarry, 
next surviving brother and heir, born 183S, succeeded his brother 
and June 1862, and died sp, at sea on his way home from New 
Zealand^ June 1868. He married, 1865, Agnes Campbell, eldest 
daughter of Alexander Cassels, W.S. 


IX. ^NEAS RANALD (MACDONELL), ninth Lord i86k 
Macdonell, cousin and next heir-male, being son and heir of 
i^neas Macdonell of Scotus, by Anne, daughter of William 
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Fraser of Culbockie, which ^neas was the eldest son and heir 
of Ranald Macdonell^ son and heir of Donald Macdonell (who 
was slain on the Jacobite side at CuUoden), son and heir of Angus 
Macdonell* all of Scotus, who was the next younger brother 
to the first Lord Macdonell. He was born 1790, and entered, 
when young", the Madras Civil Service, and in June 1868 became, 
by the death of his relation, Lord Macdonell and nineteenth 
Chief, He died at Cheltenham, October following, aged 
seventy-eight. He married in Bombay, 1819, Julianna Char- 
lotte, daughter of Archdeacon Wade, of Bombay. She was 
born in 1803, and died at St Heliers, Jersey, 1882, aged 
seventy-nine. He had issue, with several others who died in 
infancy : — 

I. ^neas Ranald Macdonell^ of the Madras Civil Service, 
born 1825, died v.p. February 1867. He married 
first, at St, Mary's Church, Cheltenham, i8th Sep- 
tember 1845, Emma, daughter of General Briggs, 
H.E.l.C.S. He married secondly, 1866, Mary, 
daughter of [ ] Johnstone. He had issue : — ■ 

(i) j^neas Ranald Westrop Macdonell, tenth 
LoFD Macdonell. 

(2) John Bird Macdonell, Captain 12th (Suffolk) 

fegiment, born 1858, died unmarried at Net- 
ley Hospital, 1886. 

(3) Angus Macdonell, born (posthumous) June 

1 867, now in India, married i 89S Elsie, 
daughter of [ ] Murdoch, and has issue 

one daughter. 

(4) Emma Jane Macdonell, married first, at St. 

Mary's, Bryanston Square, London, 23rd 
November 18S0, Patrick Henderson Chalmers 
of Aberdeen, who died February 1S89; and 
secondly, James Sinclair of Bearwell, Ceylon. 
She had issue by her first husband : — 

(i) Charles Hugh Lindsay Henderson 
Chalmers, born at Aberdeen ist June 

(2) James William Douglas (Hamish) 
Chalmers^ born at Aberdeen, April 
1S84, died 1886. 

(3) Ian Patrick Honyman Chalmers, born 


30th August 1S8S at Aberdeen; now 

at Eton. 
(5) Charlotte Lindsay Macdonell, born at Trichi- 
nopoly, India, married 1887 the Rev. Herbert 
Cooper, rector of St. Andrews, near Bridge- 
water, s.p. 

2. Hon. William Fraser Macdonell^ V.C., sometime 

Magistrate of Sarum, and afterwards a Judge of the 
High Court of Calcutta ; received the V.C^ (being 
one of the few civilians who ever did so) for his 
gallantry in the attempted relief of Arrah, 29th JuJy 
1857; born December 1S29, died at Cheltenham, 
1 894. He married in the Cathedral, Calcutta, 
August 1 85 1, Anne Louisa, daughter of Captain 
Duff, H.EJ.C.S., and had issue. 

3. Hon, Thomas Munro Macdonell, Captain in the 

Indian army, married 1866 Minnie, daughter of 
[ ] Clowes, and died 1880. 

4. Hon. Alexander Kyle Macdonell, born 1843. 

5. Hon. Anna Macdonell, born 1820, died s.p. 17th 

October 1900; married first, 19th July 1842, Charles 
Basil Lindsay, Captain Madras Cavalry, who died 
31st August 1848; secondly, t7th February 1852, 
Hugh Hamilton Lindsay, who died 29th May 

6. Hon Juliana Charlotte Macdonell, born 1821, died 

September 1902; married 1845 John Bird, Madras 
Civil Service, and had issue. 

tenth Lord Macdonbll^x\A twentieth Chief of Glengarry, grand- 
son and heir, born at Cuddalore, India, 5th December 1S47: 
educated at Eton; succeeded his grandfather. October 1868, and 
died at London, 2nd January igoi. He married at the Parish 
Church, Hove, near Brighton, 29th October 1874, Catherine 
Frances Creed, daughter of Henry Herries Creed, and had issue : — 

1. .^^neas Ranald. Master of Macdonell, his heir, 

2. Hon. Hugh Herries Macdonell, born i6th March 
1878, died 18th March following. 

3. Hon. Alastair Somerled Macdonell. born r3th Feb- 
ruary i88i> died 20th July igoo. 


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4. Hon. Marion Lindsay Macdonell, born 4th October 
1S76, married 12th July 1902 Walter E. Tower, and 
has issue :— 

(i) Anthony Pascal Tower, born April 1903. 

5. Hon. Elsie Catherine MacdonelJ, born 26th January 
1S83, died tst October rgoa 

6. Hon. Dorothy Frances Macdonell, born 37th October 
J 884. 

Lord Macdonell [S], and twenty-first Chief of Glengarry, 
only surviving son and heir, born at bevenoaks» Kent, 8th 
August 1S75 ; educated at St. Pauls School, London ; succeeded 
his father, and January 1901 ; sometime with the banking firm 
of Herries, Farquhar, and Company, afterwards {1S96) emigrated 
to Ceylon, and is now of the firm of Messrs. Schebaieff and 
Company, of Baku/ 



teenth Chief of Keppoch, eldest son and heir of Coll Macdonell, 
Tifteenth Chief of Keppoch, by Barbara, daughter of Sir Donald 
MacDonald of Sleat and Lady Mary^ daughter of Robert 
{Douglas), third Earl of Morton [S], born about 1694 to 1698? 
was for ten years in the French army, and succeeded his father 
between 1730-1736. In 1743 he was sent on a mission to King 
James in and viii from the Scottish Jacobites, and was by that 
monarch, 6th June 1743, created a Knight and Baronet [S], 
with remainder to his heirs-male. On hearing of Prince Charles's 
arrival in Scotland in 1745, he called a council at Keppoch, and 
gave it as his opinion that their duty was to raise men instantly 
for the protection of his person, whatever might be the conse- 
quence, and he was himself one of the first to join the Prince at 
Glenfinnan. He died i6th April 174&, being slain fighting for 

' The dates relating to the fifth, sixth, and seventh Lords Macdonell are taken i^m 
the Glengarry family Bible cow in possession of J. A. E. Cuninghame of Balgownic 
House, who has most kindly extracted ehem for the above article; and for similar 
infoimalion regarding the succeeding Lords Macdonell the Editor is indebted to Mrs. 
Sinclair, n/f Macdonell, to both of whom his best thanks are due for Ibe assistance 
they have given him. 

' For much of the information in this article the writer has to thafik Miss Josephine 
M, Macdonell of Keppoch. 



his King at the battle of CuUoden, He married, about 1732/3, 
Jessie, sister of Dugald (Stewart), first Baron Appin [S], 
daughter of Robert Stewart, eighth of Appin, by his second wife, 
Ann, daughter of Sir Duncan Campbell of Lochnell. She died 
after 1757- He had issue : — 

I. Sir Ranald, younger of Keppoch, his heir. 

1, Sir Alexander Macdonell, heir to his nephew. 

3. Anna Macdonell, born about 1724/5; married Dr. 
Abraham Gordon, and died, 31st August 1818, 
aged eighty-five ; buried in the cemetery of the 
Grey Friars Church at Stirling.' 

4. Clementina Macdonell, married, first, [ ] MacDonald 
of Dalness. and secondly, [ ] Buchanan, but 
died s.p. 

5. Barbara Macdonell, born at Keppoch 1727, married 
there, 1757, the Rev, Patrick MacDonald of Kilmore. 
She died at Kilmore, Argyll, i8th July 1804, aged 
seventy-seven, leaving issue ten children.^ He died 

6. Kaiherine Macdonell, born about 1733, married John 
McDonald of Killichonate, and died 1829, aged 
ninety-six. leaving issue one son and four daughters ; 
burled at Cille Chaorill in Lochaber. 

7. Jessie Macdonell, married Alexander M 'Donald of 
Tullochcrom, and had issue one son and four 
daughters. She was buried in the churchyard of 
St. Kenneth at Laggan. 

8. Charlotte Macdonell, born at Keppoch {the night 
Prince Charles slept there, before the attempt to 
surprise him at Moy Hall), February 1746; mar- 
ried, about 1776/7, Alexander Macdonell of Gar- 
vabeg in Badenoch; and died about 1781, leaving 
issue a son, who died unmarried, and two daughters." 

' She had issue two children, (i) Abraham, who died unmarried, and (2) Mary Jane, 
who nnarried [ ] Masterton of Braco Castle, and died s.p. 

* Anne, the eldest daughter and co-heir, married hercousin, Donald Macdonell, and 
was rr;other of Angus, who succeeded Sir Chichester Macdonell as Chief or Keppoch. 

^ The cider (and only one who left issue), Jessie, was born at Carvabcg in the 
parish of Laggan, 1779, and died at Go^ar, near Stirling, z^th May 1859, having 
married at Laggan, iSol, John MacNab of Shenaghart in Kintyre, and of Sherrobeg 
in Badenoch, by whom, who was bom '765, and died at Sherrobeg, loth April tlSjy, she 
had with five 50ns an only daughter, Chri^tinai wife of Angus Macdonelli, twenty- 
second Chief of Keppoch- 



IL S/^ RANALD MACDONELL, second Baj^onet, eMer 
son and heir, born about r735/6, succeeded his father, i6th 
April 1746, under the tutorship of his illegitimate brother Angus/ 
He entered the rst battalion of the 78th or Fraser Highlanders 
as Lieutenant when that regiment was raised in 1759, serving in 

' This Angus was born in Skye, 3ist July 1726^ and on his father's death at 
Culloden assumed the leadership of the clan, and was one of the eight chiefs who on 
the Sth May 1746 entered into a mutual bond never to iay down iheir arms without Ihe 
cons^ent of the whole, and meanwhile to raise as many men as possible for the Prince, 
and assemble on Thursday, 15th May, at Ach-na-carry, in Lochaber. Not one of the 
chiefs, however, was able to meet on the appointed day> Angus remained in hiding 
for some time near Loch Treig, and afterwards accompanied Prince Charles through 
some of his perilous wanderings. He was attainted and died after 1813. He married 
aX Kilmonivaig in Lochaber, 31st March 1752, Christina, daughter of Archibald Mac- 
donell of Achnancoichean,. in Lochaber, and had issue seven sons, of whom the eldest, 
Alexander, died young ; the second, Archibald, was Lieutenant-Colonel 92nd (Gordon) 
Highlanders, and died 1S13, leaving three sons ; and the third, Donald, was bom 1st 
May 1767, and died at Targulbin 1834. He married at Kilmorc, Argyll, 1797, his 
COusin-german, Anne;f eldest daughter and co-heir of the Rev, Patrick MacDonald of 
KilmorCf by Barbara, tHird daughter and in her issue (1838) senior co-heir of Sir 
Alexander Macdonell of Keppoch, first Baronet^ and by her, who was. born al Kilmore 
2oth March 1764, and died at Torgnlbin 23rd April 183S, he had issue;— 

I. Angus Macdonell, his heir. 

3. Ranald Macdonell, died unmarried, 

3. Barbara Macdonell, married Donald MacDonald, and had issue one son 
John, who died unmarried. 
Angus Macdonell) born at Torgulbin 5th July i Soi, succeeded his cousin, 5i"rChichestcr 
Macdonell, sixth Barotut, as twenty-second Chief OF Keppoch, 183S, and died at 
Keppoch 28th February 1855. He married at Sherrobeg, I7lh August 1835, Christina, 
only daughter of John MacNab of Shenaghart in Kinlyre, and of Shertobeg in 
fiadenoch, by Jessie, cider daughter and eventua] heiress of Alexander Macdonell of 
Garvabeg, and Charlotte, youngest daughter and in her issue ((838) co-heir of Sir 
Alexander Macdonell of Keppoch, first Baronet^ and by this lady, who was born at 
Shcrrobcg 9th November 1816, and now (1904) survives, he had issue ; — 

1. Donald Macdonell, twenty-thi|-d CHIEF OF Kpppoch, bom at Keppoch 

3rd July 1839; died unmarried at Melbourne, Australia, 28th February 

2. John Macdonell, born at Keppoch 3rd March 1850; died 31st April 1851. 

3. Joseph Macdonell, born at Keppoch 1853, and died there, 1853. 

4. Charlotte Macdonell, died unmarried 2nd December 1855. 

5. Anne Margaret Macdonell, married in Australia about i86g, and died 

November 1S76, leaving issue, 

6. Jessie Macdonell, marritd at Keppoch, May 1867, Keith M'Lellan of Melfort, 

and has issue a daughter. 
7^ Maria Macdonell, married at Keppoch, iSih Januar>' t866, Alexander 
Macdonald Ord, and has issue three sons and three daughters. 

8. Theresa Macdonell, married at Keppoch, 1877, George Keith Maiiland, who 

died 1896, leaving issue three sons and two daughters. 

9. Frances Macdonell, Mother-Superior of the Order of the Assumption in 

Paris, born at Keppoch 26th August 1848. 
to, Josephine Mary Macdonell, born at Keppoch zolh May 1852. 
1 1. Alice Claire Macdonell, bom at Keppoch 31st January 1855. 



Jamaica and America, and retiring with the rank of Major. In 
or about 1759 he obtained from the Duke of Gordon a lease of 
the family estates, which had been forfeited in 1746. He died 
178S. He married in Jamaica, about 1770/1, Sarah, daughter of 
[ ] Cargill of Jamaica. He had issue : — 

1. S/A' Alexander, his heir. 

2. S//t Richard, heir to his brother. 

3. Jessie Macdonell, married Duncan Stewart, W.S., 

cadet of Fasnacloich, and had issue^ who all died s.p. 

4. Clementina Macdonell, died unmarried. 

eighteenth Chief of Keppoch, elder son and heir, born in Jamaica 
29th October 1772; succeeded his father in 1788; Major, ist 
Royals, now Royal Scots. He died unmarried in Barbados, 
25th June 1808.' 

IV. Sir RICHARD MACDONELL, fourth Baronet, 
nineteenth Chief of Keppoch, brother and next heir, born at 
Keppoch 39th November 1780; Lieutenant, g^nd or Gordon 
Highlanders; succeeded his brother 1808. He died unmarried 
of yellow fever at Up Park Camp, Jamaica. 14th August 1819.* 

twentieth Chief of Keppoch, uncle and next heir-male, born at 
Keppoch about 1742/3; sometime Major in the Glengarry 
Fencibles ; emigrated to Canada, and finally settled in Prince 
Edward's Island. He succeeded his nephew in 1819, and died 
in Prince Edward's Island, 1820. He married, in Lochaber, 
his second cousin, Sarah, daughter of Major Donald Macdonell 
of Tirnadris, by his second wife, Mary, daughter of James 
Macdonell. She survived him. He had issue : — 

I* Sir Chichester, his heir. 

2. John Macdonell, died of cholera in Montreal, 1832, 

> Scots Magasinr, 1808, p. 63S. " Itnd., 1819, p. 581. 

' Iq TItf Macdotiaids, Lords of the hies, by A, Mackeniie, IhJs John is crrancously 
said 10 have died in Baltimore, U.S.A., in 1824, leaving issue. Miss Josephine 
Macdonell writes : ' I have had an infinity of trouble gelling all the docuffienis and 

* dates from Canada to disprove chis^and forttmatelyhave been able Eo do so to the full^ 
' and I had the whole refutation puhUshed tn Scotland and in CanadOt and have a letter 

* from the husband of the Marchioness d'Oyley (a grand-dauf^hier of John Macdonell 
^ of Baltimore), in which he acknowledgers that his wife has long known that her 
^ ancestor and the son of my great -granduncle were two difterent persons.' 







3. Janet Macdonell, a nun, died 1S32. 

4. [ ] Macdoneii, died young v.p, 

5. [ ] Macdonell, died young v.p. 

twenty-first Chief of Keppoch, elder son and heir, born 18 , 
succeeded his father 182O1 and died in Greenock 1838. He 
married [ ], daughter of [ ], and had issue two 

sons : — 

1. [ ] Macdonell, died v.p, 1 being both killed in 

2. [ ] Macdonell, died v.p. \ Canada. 

On his death s.p.s. the Baronetcy became dormant, while the 
Chiefship of Keppoch devolved on his cousin^ Angus Mac- 



MACGREGOR, Baronet [S]. 

MOND, of Balhaldies, son of Duncan MacGregor or Drummond 
of the same, born about 1660; succeeded his father as head of a 
junior branch of the clan Gregor, with the Gaelic patronymic of 
Mac Iain Afhalich (son of John of the shaggy eyebrows) ; descended 
from the house of Roro, and, in consequence of his own name 
being proscribed by the Government, he assumed with many of 
the clan the name of Drummond- In 1 704. on the death of the 
last chief of clan Gregor without issue, he was for political 
reasons elected to the Chiefship^ but the fact was kept secret.' 
He was a distinguished Jacobite, and was engaged in most of 
the plots of the time for the restoration of the House of Stuart. 
On the 14th March 1740 he was created by King James iii and 
Vtn a Knight and Baronet [S], with remainder to the heirs- 
male of his body.^ He died at Dunblane ist March 1749, aged 
eighty-nine. He married, 1686, Margaret, sister of John 
(Cameron), first Lord Lochibl [S], eldest daughter of Sir Ewen 

■ It is not known wheiher any tna.le i&sue survives of either of the iwo brothers of 
Ihc Hrst Batonct. Major DonaM, thb elder, was sliin at Culloden, and the youtiger, 
CapCain Archibald, fell at Falkirk. Donald, the son of one of tbem, was taken prisoner 
at Carlisle^ and eJtecuted at Kennmgton, ssnd Augiist 1746. 

^ *\Vhen a great-grandson aitempted to revive this claitn^ the opinion of counsel was 
* to the effect that he had no right to it.' Ex inform.^ Miss A. G. Muiray MacGregor. 

' The preamble specially mentions William MacGregor, his eldest son, ' to whom we 
' hope the title will descend.' 


Cameron of Lochiel, by his second wife, Isabel, daughter of 
Sir Lauchlan MacLean, He had Issue: — ' 

I. S/A' William MacGregor, otherwise Drummond^ his heir. 

a. Ewen MacGregor, otherwise Drummond, died s.p. 

3. John MacGregor, otherwise Drummond, author of the 
memoir of his grandfather, Sir Ewen Cameron of 

4. Duncan MacGregor, otherwise Drummond, died s.p. 

5. Alexander MacGregor, otherwise Drummond, died s.p. 

6. Donald MacGregor, otherwise Drummond, a sailor, 
■went to Nova Scotia ; married Ann* daughter of 
[ ] Grosbeck of New York, and had one son 
who died unmarried, and five daughters, of whom the 
third, Mary, married in 1 781, as below, her cousin- 
german, S/j; Alexander MacGregor, third Baronet. 

11. Sir WILLIAM MACGREGOR, otherwise DRUM- 1749 
MOND, of BalhaldieSj second BAf:ONET, eldest son and heir, "" 
born 1698; succeeded his father before 1749, and was^ like him, 
a noted Jacobite. He took an active part in the '15, afterwards 
retiring to France, where he was much in the company of Bishop 
Atterbury, Lord Sempill, and other active Jacobites. In 1740 
he was in Scotland, and early in 1741 was despatched to Rome 
as the agent of the Association of Scottish Jacobites formed that 
year for the purpose of restoring the House of Stuart. The 
same year he was sent by James on a mission to Cardinal Fleury 
in Paris, and, 23rd December 1743, had a commission as Colonel. 
He took no part in the '45, but was attainted, and exempted by 
name from the Act of Indemnity of 1747. He died near Paris, 
1765. He married, in the Swedish Chapel at Paris, ist January 
1758, the ^cw. Janet, second daughter of Laurence (Oliphanl), first 
Lord Ouphant of Cask [S], by the Hon. Amelia Anne Sophia, 
second daughter of William (Murray), second Lord Nairne [S]. 
She died Friday^ 8th December 1758, and was buried, nth 
December, in the Protestant burial-ground in Paris, near the 
Fort de St, Martin.* He had issue an only son. 

' For much of this informalion as to the descendants of ^S"rr Alexander Ma,i::GrGgor, 
the writer has 10 thank Miss Murray MacGregar of MacGregor, author of the History 
cf Clan Gregor, 

* KiDgton-01iphatH's/(fl:o'*»Vff i^Wjc/C/oj-t, p. 296. 

M 97 



MACGREGOR, otherwise DRUMMOND, third B^/foXEr, 
only son and heir, bom in Paris 26th September/ 7th October 
1758; succeeded his father, 1765. He returned to England, 
entered the British army, was Captain in 65th regiment of foot, 
and died 1794. He married, 1781, his cousin-german, Mary, 
third daughter of Donald MacGregor, othermse Drummond, 
of New York, by Anne, daughter of [ ] Grosbeck. He 

had issue five sons and five daughters : — 

1. Su; William Oliphant, fourth Baronet^ his heir. 

2. Sir Donald, heir to his brother. 

3. [ ] MacGregor, otherwise Drummond, Assistant- 

Commissary-General in the West Indies ; married^ 
i8i5j Charlotte, daughter of [ ] Houston of 


4. James MacGregor, otherwise Drummond^ died young. 

5. Keith MacGregor, otherwise Drummond, 

6* Anne MacGregor^ otherwise Drummond^ married, 1844, 
[ ] Murray, writer in Stirling ; 

And four other daughters. 




otherwise DRUMMOND, fourth Baronet, eldest son and heir, 
born 17S2; succeeded his father at Balhaldles, 1794; an officer 
in the army — Major, 77th regiment. He died s,p. 18 10. 

V, Sjf^ DONALD MACGREGOR, otherwise DRUM- 
MOND, fifth Baronet^ next brother and heir, succeeded to 
Balhaldies, i8(0*^ 



L LAUCHLAN MACKINTOSH, twentieth Chief of Clan 
Chattan, son and heir of Lauchlan Mackintosh, nineteenth Chief 
of Clan Chattan, by his first wife, Magdalene, only daughter 
of [ ] Lindsey of Edzell, succeeded his father, 9th 

December 1704. He joined Lord Mar in i7rs, and for his 
services in that rising was on 21st January 171 7 created by 
James iii and viii a Lord and Peer of Parliament as Lord 

' The estate of Bailialdies was sold t6tb September 18^5. 


Macav//tosh[S'\, with remainder to his heirs-male. He died s.p, 
1731* He married Anna, eldest daughter of Alexander Duff^ 
Provost of Inverness, M.P. [S and G B], by Katharine, daughter 
of Adam Duff of Drummuir, 

II. WILLIAM (MACKINTOSH}, second LoffD Mack- 
im'osH, cousin and next heir-male, being the eldest son and heir 
of Lauchlan Mackintosh of Daviot, by Anne, daughter of Colin 
Mackenzie of Redcastle, which Lauchlan was the eldest son and 
heir of Angus Mackintosh of Daviot, who was the third son (but 
the only one whose male Issue then survived) of Sir Lauchlan 
Mackintosh of Mackintosh, Heritable Steward of Lochaber, 
which Sir Lauchlan was (through his eldest son and heir, William 
Mackintosh of Mackintosh) the great-grandfather of the first 
Lord Mackintosh, He succeeded his cousin in 1731, and died j./. 
1741. He married Christian, daughter of Sir Alexander Menzies, 
second Baronet [S], by Christian, daughter of Lord Neil Campbell. 

III. ANGUS (or ^NEAS) (MACKINTOSH), third Zoi^i) 
Mackintosh^ brother and next heir. He was a captain in the 
Black Watch in 1745, and refused to join Prince Charles. He 
died . He married Anne, elder daughter of John 
Farquharson of Invercauld, by his third wife, Margaret, daughter 
of Lord James Murray. She, who was commonly called ' Colonel 
' Anne,' raised the Mackintoshes and the MacgilHvrays for Prince 
Charles shortly before the battle of Falkirk, and joined Lord 
Strathallan at Perth. She was taken prisoner by the Hanoverians 
after CuUoden, but was shortly afterwards released through her 
husband's influence. 




IV. ANGUS (or ^NEAS) (MACKINTOSH), fourth 
Lord Mackintosh, only son and heir. On the 30th December 
1812 he was created by George in a Baronet, He died s.p, 21st 
January 1820. 

V. ALEXANDER (MACKINTOSH), fifth Lord Mack- 
iNTOSffy cousin and next heir-male, being the elder son and heir 
of Duncan Mackintosh of Daviot, by Anne, daughter of [ ] 
Dallas of Cantray, who was son and heir of Alexander Mack- 
intosh of the same, younger brother of the second and third 
Lords Mackintosh, He died s.p. 1S27. 






VL ANGUS (MACKINTOSH), sixth Loan Mackti^osh, 
brother and heir, was a Member of the Legislative Council of 
Upper Canada, He died 25th January 1833. He married, 
17S4, Archange, daughter of [ ] St. Martin, and niece 

of Major-General [ ] Macomb, Commander-in-Chief of the 

army of America. She died nth July 1827. He had issue; — 

1. Duncan Mackintosh, died unmarried z'./. 1824. 

2. Alexander, Master of Mackintosh, his heir. 

3. Ho^, j^neas Mackintosh of Daviot, Inverness, J. P., 

D.L., born 12th June 1812; married first, 1843. 
Mary, daughter of Alexander MacLeod of Dalvey, 
who died 1S48; secondly^ nth March 1851, Louisa 
Fanny Sybella, daughter of Major Alexander Mac- 
Leod, and died 1882, leaving issue. 

Hon. James St. Martin Mackintosh, married, and died 
December 1897, leaving issue. 

Hon. Anne Mackintosh, married Colonel H. J. Hunt. 

6. Hon. Archange Mackintosh, married, 1817, Colonel 
Claudius Shaw, and had issue. 

7. Hon. Isabella Mackintosh, married Lieutenant Felix 
Troughton, R.A. 

8. Hon. Jane Mackintosh. 

9. Hon Catherine Mackintosh, 
la Hon. Margaret Mackintosh, married Major Angus 

n. Hon, Eliza Mackintosh. 

12. Hon Sara Mackintosh, married Alexander Colvin. 

13, Hon. Christiana Mackintosh. 




Mackintosh, second but eldest surviving son and heir, born 23rd 
August 1787, succeeded his father 25th January 1833, and died 
i86k He married first, 29lh December 1S12, Mary, sixth 
daughter of John Glass of Minorca. She died s.p. 1840. He 
married secondly, iSth October 1842, Charlotte, fifth daughter 
of Alexander MacLeod of Dalvey, He had issue : — 

1. Alexander ^neas, Master of Mackintosh^ his heir. 

2. Hon. Alfred Donald Mackintosh, heir to his brother. 

3. Hon, ^neas Norman Mackintosh, Captain 3rd 

(Militia) Battalion Cameron Highlanders, born iSth 
May 1854, died 5th March 1900. 


4. Hon. Marion Charles Mackintosh. 

5. Hon. Mary Archange Mackintosh. 

6. Hon. Isabella Anne Mackintosh, Tnarried Charles 
T. Part of Aldenham Lodge, St. Albans. 

eighth Lord Maoctntosh, J.P., D.L., Captain of the Mackintosh " 
Company of Rifle Volunteers, born yth August 1847, succeeded '^ 
his father j86j, and died r7th December 1875. He 
married, 4th May 1875, Margaret Frances, eldest daughter of 
Sir Frederick Ulric Graham, third Baronet [G B], by Lady Jane 
Hermione, eldest daughter of Edward Adolphus (St, Maur). 
twelfth Duke of Somerset [E], K.G. She married secondly, 
30th April 1878, James Walter (Grimston), third Earl of Verulam 
[U K]. He had issue :— 

I, Hon. Eva Hermlone Mackintosh, born May 1876, 

married, 26th January 1S98, Godfrey Baring, and has 


Mackintosh of Mackintosh, twenty-eighth Captain of Clan 
Chattan, J. P., D.L., Inverness, Colonel commanding 3rd bat- 
talion Cameron Highlanders, late Lieutenant 7131 Highland Light 
Infantry, born 24th June 1851 ; succeeded his brother, 27th Decem- 
ber 1875; married rSSo Ella, only daughter and heiress of Edward 
Priest Richards of Plas Newydd, co. Glamorgan^ and has issue: — 

1. Angus Alexander, Master of Mackintosh^ his heir, 

2. Hon, Violet Charlotte Mackintosh, born February 

rSSi, died April 1S83.' 


L Sir HECTOR MACLEAN, fifth Baronet [S], son and ,716 
heir of Sir John Maclean,^ fourth Baronet, by Mary, daughter 
of Sir jEneas Macpherson of Invereshie, succeeded his father '^5* 

1 SarVt's Landed Gertfiyf 1900. 

' This Sir JohD Maclean commanded the rig:ht wing of the Jacobite army at Killie- 
crankie. and held out in the island of Kernbiirg^h until 1692^ when he made his peace 
with William of Orange. He afterwards: wenc to France and remained at St. Gemiains 
until the Act of Indemnity of 1703, when he returoed Itj Scotland. He joined Lord 
Mar in 1715, and after SherifTmuir retired to Gordon CasttC;, where he died in March 
I7t6. The Castle of Duart and most o( his other lands were seized hy Argyll^ and 
never afterwards recovered. In the '45 the Macleans were led by Charles Maclean of 
Drimnin.. See TAe R&yalist, iv. p. 38. 


March 1716, and was on 17th December 1716 created by James 
III and vnr a Lord and Peer of Parliament as Lord Maclb^n, 
with remainder to his heirs-male. In June 1745 he was in Edin- 
burgh, and he was immediately arrested, together with his servant, 
on the charge of being in the French service and of enlisting 
men for Jt. He was sent to the Tower of London, where he 
remained until liberated by the Act of Indemnity of 1747. He 
died unmarried in Paris, January or February 1751.* 


II. ALLAN (MACLEAN), second Lord Macleai^, sixth 
Baronet, cousin and next heir-male, being the only son and heir 
of Donald Maclean of Brolas, by Isabella, daughter of Allan 
Maclean of Ardgour, which Donald was the only son and heir 
of Lauchlan Maclean, son and heir of Donald Maclean, both of 
Brolas, who was the second son of Hector Og Maclean of 
Duart, which Hector Og was, through his eldest son. Sir 
Lauchlan Maclean, first Baronet [S], the great -great-grand father 
of the first Lo^d Maclean. In 1745 he joined the Argyle- 
shire Militia, and fought against Prince Charles. He died s.p.m. 
roth December 1783. He married Anne, daughter of Hector 
Maclean of Coll He had issue : — 

1. Hon. Maria Maclean, married Charles Maclean of 


2. Hon. Sibella Maclean, married John Maclean of 


3. Hon. Ann Maclean, married Dr. Mackenzie Grieve of 




III. HECTOR (MACLEAN), third Lord Maclean, 
seventh Baronet, cousin and next heir-male^ being the only son 
and heir of Donald Maclean by his first wife, Mary, daughter 
of John Dickson of Glasgow, which Donald was the son and 
heir of John Maclean, son and heir of Hector Og Maclean» 
second son of Donald Maclean, who was the second son of 
Hector Og Maclean of Duart above named. He was an officer 
in the army, and died s.p. at Halfield, co. York, 2nd November 

' Macfarlane's Gmealogicai Coilections. In Douglas's Baronagt he is said to have 
died in Rome in October 1750, 



LEAN), fourth Lord Maclean^ eighth Baronet, half-brother 
and next heir, being the only son of Donald Maclean above 
named, by his second wife, Margaret, daughter of James Wall 
of Clonea Castle, co, Waterford. He was a General in the 
army and Colonel of the 45th regiment ; served in the West 
Indies^ at the capture of Tobago, attack on Martinique, etc. 5 
Governor of Sl Thomas and St John. He died 5th July 184^. 
He married, first, Elizabeth, widow of John Bishop of Barbados, 
only child of Charles Kidd. She died 1832* He married 
secondly, r7th September 1838, Frances, widow of Henry 
Campion of Mailing Deanery, Sussex, daughter of [ J 
She died $.p. 12th July 1843. He had issue :^ 

1. Charles Fitzroy, Master of Maclean, his heir. 

2. Hon. Donald Maclean, Barrister- at- Law, M.P. Oxford 
City 1 833- 1847 ; bom 1800; married, 7th September 
1827, Harriet, daughter of General Frederick Mait- 
landj who died 20th September 1850, He died 21st 
March 1874. 

Maclean^ ninth Baronet, elder son and heir, born 14th October 
1798; Colonel of the Sist regiment J831-1839, afterwards 
Military Secretary at Gibraltar. He died 27th January 1883. 
He married, loth May 1831, Emily Eleanor, fourth daughter 
of Rev. the Hon. Jacob Marsham, D.D., Canon of Windsor, 
by Amelia Frances^ only daughter and heir of Joseph Bullock 
of Caversfield, Oxon. She, who was born January 1S03, died 
i2th April 1838. 

Maclean\%\ tenth Baronet (1632) [S], twenty-sixth Chief of 
THE Macleans, born iSth May 1B35; succeeded his father 27th 
January 1S83; sometime Lieutenant-Colonel 13th Hussars and 
Colonel West Kent Yeomanry Cavalry; served in the Crimea 
1854-1855 {medal with two clasps and Turkish medal); j.P. co. 
Kent, President of the Clan Gillean Association and of the 
Highland Society of London ; C. B. (civil) 1 897. He married, 1 7th 
January 1872, Constance Marianne, younger daughter of George 
Holland Ackers of Moreton Hall, Cheshire, by Harriott Susan, 
second daughter of Henry William Hutton of Beverley, co. York." 



For a fuller account qI this famiJiy see the exUnt baronetcies. 




MACLEOD, Baron [S]J 


1. NORMAN MACLEOD, nineteenth Chief of MacLeod, 
only and posthumous son and heir of Norman MacLeod, eigh- 
teenth Chief of MacLeod^ by the Hon. Anne, second daughter of 
Hugh (Fraser), eleventh Lord Lovat [S], born 1706, and was 
Infeft in the family estates as heir to his father and grandfather, 
November 1731 and May 1732; M.P. for co. Inverness 1741- 
1754. On the 8th December 171 6, although then only ten 
years of age, he was, in recognition of the loyal services of the 
tutor of MacLeod, created by James iit and vin a Lord and 
Peer of Parliament as Baro^ MacLeod [S], with remainder to 
his heirs-male. He was one of those who was in correspondence 
with Prince Charles before 1745, but upon his arrival he, mainly 
by the influence of President Forbes of Culloden, refused to join 
him, and sent information to the Government of the Prince's 
arrival, this being the first intimation they received of it. He 
raised his clan for the Government, marched through Ross and 
Inverness to Aberdeenshire, but was completely defeated by 
Lord Lewis Gordon at the battle of Inverurie (23rd December 
1745), and forced back to the Highlands. He died 27th July 
1772 and was buried at St. Andrews. He married first, about 
1726, the Hon. Janet, fourth and youngest daughter of Donald 
(MacDonald), first Bahon Slbat [S], by Mary, daughter of 
Donald MacDonald of Castletoun. He married* secondly, Anne, 
daughter of William Martin of Inch Fure. He had issue by 
his first wife a son and daughter, and by his second three 
daughters: — 

I. John, Master of MacLeod, married, 1753, Emilia, 
only daughter of Alexander Brodie of Brodie, Lyon 
King of Arms. She died 1803. He died v.p. at 
Beverley, co. York, irth January 1766, and was 
buried in the Minster there. He had issue : — 
(i) Norman, second ^^^CfA^^^cZ,£0/). 
(2) Alexandra MacLeod, married Charles Mac- 
kinnon of Macklnnon, and had issue. She 
survived her husband, and becoming a Roman 
Catholic, entered a convent in Italy, where 
she died. 

' For many of the dates in this arilde the Editor has to thank MacLeod of 
MacLeod and his brother, the Rev. R. C. MacLeod. 



{3) Mary MacLeod, married Captain Ramsay, 
R.N., and had issue. 

(4) Isabella MacLeod, married [ ] Spence,' 
and died s.p. 

(5) Anne MacLeod, died unmarried 1826. 

(6) [ ] MacLeod, of whom nothing is known. 

2. Hon. Emilia MacLeod, married Captain Augustus 

Moore of Salston, Ireland. 

3. Hon. Elizabeth MacLeod, born 1748, married Sir 

James Pringle, fourth Baronet [S], of Stichill, and 
had issue. 

4. Hon. Anne MacLeod, married Professor Hill of St. 

Andrews, and had issue, 

5. Hon. Rich Mary MacLeod, died 14th September 1787 ; 

married ist September 1777 Thomas Shairp of 
Houstoun, CO. Linlithgow^ and had issue^ 

11, NORMAN (MACLEOD), second ^vivPOA^^^cZ^oA etc., 
grandson and heir of the preceding, born at Brodie House, 
Nairnshire, 4th March 1754; succeeded his grandfather 1772; 
educated at St. Andrews and at University College, Oxford. In 
1775 he raised a company for the new 71st (Eraser Highlanders) 
regiment, of which he was appointed Captain, He served in 
the American War, was 21st March 1780 made Lieutenant- 
Colonel of the second Battalion 42nd Highlanders, raised by 
himself, and continued at the head of the battalion until, in 
1786, it was formed into a separate regiment designated the 73rd, 
when he became its Lieutenant-Colonel. Served in India, 
promoted to the rank of Brigadier-General, May 1783, and 
appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Malabar army; M.P. for 
Inverness co., 1790-1796. He died at Guernsey, i6th August 
1801, and was buried in Edinburgh. He married first, about 
i775i Mary, eldest daughter of Kenneth Mackenzie, third of 
Suddie. She died 1782 in France, He married secondly, 17S4, 
Sarah, daughter of Nathaniel Stackhouse, Second Member of 
Council at Bombay (she being then aged seventeen). He had 
issue by his iirst wife a son and daughter, and by his second 
a son and three daughters, viz. : — 

1. Norman, Master of MacLeod, Lieutenant R.N.» 

drowned v.p, in the Queen CkatlolU. 

2. John Norman, Master of MacLeod, his heir. 
o 105 



3, Hon, Mary MacLeod, married her cousin-german. 

Colonel Norman Ramsay, and died s.p. shortly after- 
wards. He fell at Waterloo, 

4. Hon. Sarah MacLeod, bom rst August 17S5, married 

1807 her cousin-german, Robert Pringle, and died s.p. 
shortly afterwards. 

5. Hon. Emilia Anne MacLeod, born 17th October 1786, 

married 1S09, as first wife, her cousin-german. Sir 
John Pringle, 5th Baronet [S], and had issue. 

6, Hon, Anne Eliza MacLeod, born 14th June 1797, 

married 3rd July 182 1 Spencer Perceval, eldest son of 
the Right Hon. Spencer Perceval, Prime Minister of 
Great Britain. She died 2nd October 1889, aged 
ninety-two, leaving issue. 



HI. JOHN NORMAN (MACLEOD), third Baron Mac- 
Leod, etc, only surviving son and heir of the preceding, bom 
3rd August 178S; succeeded his father August 1801 ; M.P. for 
Sudbury, 1828-1832; died at Altyne 25th March 1835, and was 
buried at Dunvegan. He married 16th November 1809 Anne, 
daughter of John Stephenson of Merstham, Kent, She, who 
was born 1790, died 9th January 1861. He had issue :— 
I. Norman, Master of MacLeod, his heir. 
2- Hon Torquil James MacLeod, born 18 15, died un^ 
married 28th April 1S21. 

3. Hon. Harold John MacLeod, bora 12th January 1821, 

died unmarried 1846. 

4. Hon. Emily Sarah MacLeod^ born 14th November 

1810, died unmarried 7lh August 1S96. 

5. Hon. Anna Eliza MacLeod, born 181 3 ; died 9th 

September 1843; married 2nd June 1840 James 
Ogilvie Fairlie of Williamfield, Ayrshire, and had 

6. Hon. Harriette Maria MacLeod, born nth January 

1817 (twin); died 14th January 1877; married No- 
vember 1844 John Campbell of Glensaddel, Argyle- 
shire, and had issue. 

7. Hon Eleanor Anna MacLeod, bom nth January 

1817 (twin), died 3rd December 1830. 

8. Hon, Mary Lowther MacLeod, bom 13th August 

1819; died 1st August 1884; married, August 1846, 


Robert Fergusson, M.D., F.R.S., Physician to the 
Queen, and had issue. 
Hon. Elizabeth Roma MacLeod, born i8th February 
1S23, died unmarried 9th March 1845. 

IV. NORMAN (MACLEOD), fourth Baron MacLeod, 
etc.t eldest son and heir of the preceding, born i8th July 1812 \ 
educated at Harrow, member of the Inner Temple, 1834 ; suc- 
ceeded his father, 25th March 1835 ; Junior Clerk in the Prisons 
Department of the Home Office, 1849-1852; Registrar or 
Assistant- Secretary in the Science and Art Department 1853- 
1874, and chiefof that department 1874-18B1 ; Lieutenant-Colonel 
of the volunteer Engineer Corps of the Science and Art Depart- 
ment employees, 1861-1S71 ; and Hon. Colonel, 1871-1895; 
Sergeant-at-arms in the Royal Household, 1853-1895* J,P.t D.L, 
CO. Inverness. He died in Paris 5ih February 1895, and was 
buried at Dunvegan. He married first, 15th July 1837, the Hon. 
Louisa Barbara, only and posthumous daughter of St. Andrew 
(St John), thirteenth Baron St* John of Bletsoe [E], by his wife 
Louisa, daughter of Sir Charles William Rouse-Boughton, ninth 
[E] and first [G B] Baronet. She, who was born 14th January 
1818, died 27th October 1880. He married secondly^ 14th July 
i88i, the Baroness Hanna, eldest daughter of Baron Ettings- 
hausen [Austria]. She, who was born 1854, survives. He had 
issue : — 

1. Norman Magnus, Master of^ MacLeod, his heir. 

2. Hon. Torquil Olave MacLeod, born loth August 1841, 
died 3rd September 1857. 

3. Hon. Reginald MacLeod, C.B., Registrar-General for 
England, 1900-1902; Under-Secretary for Scotland, 
1902; born I St February 1847; married, 17th April 
1877, the Lady Agnes Mary Cecilia, eldest daughter 
of Stafford Henry (Northcote), first Earl of Iddes- 
leigh [U K], and has issue :— 

(i) Flora Louisa Cecilia MacLeod, born 3rd Feb- 
ruary 1878, marriedsth June 1901 Hubert, son 
of John Walter of Bearwood, and has issue. 

(2) Olive Susan Miranda MacLeod, born 17th 
February 18S0. 

4. Rev. TffB Hon. Roderic Charles MacLeod. M.A. 
Trinity College, Cambridge, J. P. Hunts; Rector of 



Conington, Peterborough, 1884-1886; Vicar of Bolney, 
Sussex, 1886-1897; Vicar of Mitford Morpeth, 1897; 
born i&th April 1852; married, 10th February 1885, 
Katherine Louisa, daughter of the Rev. W. E. Jelf of 
Caerdeon, Dolgelly, and has issue : — 

(1) Ian Breac MacLeod, born 4th September 1893. 

(2) Brenda Katharine MacLeod, born 1 2th October 

{3) Eila St. John MacLeod, born 3rd May 1891. 
Hon. Louisa Cecilia MacLeod, born 19th May 1838, 
married rSth December 1S60 John Moyer Heathcote 
of Conington Castle, Hunts, and has issue. 

1895 V. NORMAN MAGNUS (MACLEOD), fifth Baron Mac- 

Leod, twenty-third chief of his clan, C.M.G.> eldest son and heir 
of the preceding, J. P., D.L. co. Inverness; born 27th July 1839; 
succeeded his father, 5th February 1895 ; entered the army, 1858 ; 
Aide-de-camp to General Sir Hope Grant, Commander-in-Chief 
of the Presidency of Madras, 1862-1865 ; retired as Captain 74lh 
Highlanders, 1872 ; Protector of Immigrants in Natal, with a 
seat in the Legislative and Executive Councils, 1874-1875; 
political agent on the Transvaal border during Zulu war, 1878; 
commanded in the attack on Sekukuni under Sir Garnet Wolseley 
in 1S79 ; received Zulu war medal and made C.M.G., 18S0. He 
married 27th April 1881 Emily Caroline, second daughter of 
Sir Charles Isham, tenth Baronet [E], by his wife, Emily, 
youngest daughter of the Right Hon. Sir John Vaughan. and 
has issue : — 

1. Hon. Emily Pauline MacLeod, bom 3rd June 1SS2. 

2. Hon. Margaret Louisa MacLeod, bom 3rd August 


MACLEOD, Baronet [S]. 

1723 I. JOHN MACLEOD of Glendale and Meidle, Skye, 

eldest son and heir of Alexander MacLeod' of the same, by 
his second wife, Christina, daughter of John MacLeod, fifth 
of Drynoch, was brought up at the Court of St Germains, and 

' ThU Alexander, being engaged in one of the plots to restore the Stuarts, wa& 
obliged to retire to France with his son. He afterwards returned^ and died M a ^'reat 
age at Ebost in the Isle of Skye, See A. Mackeniie's History of the MmLe^di^ p. no. 


was for some time page to King James in and vm, by whom he 
was on 5th September 1723 created a Kn/ght 2.nA BAjfONET\S\ 
with remainder to his heirs-male. He is said by some to 
have taken part in the '45, and after CuUoden to have re- 
mained in hiding in Skye for some time, when he escaped to 
France. He afterwards obtained a pardon and returned to 
Scotland, where he Hved on a tack of the Chief of the Mac- 
kinnons. In 1770 he emigrated to America and died, [ ] 

aged seventy-five, in North Carolina. He married Margaret, 
daughter of Lachlan Macqueen of Totorome in Skye, and had 
issue : — 

1. ^neas MacLeod, married [ \ daughter of [ ] 
Cathcart, and had a son, Donald MacLeod, who 
died s.p.v.p. 

2. S//: William, his heir. 

3. Kenneth MacLeod, Captain in the army, killed in the 
American War. 

U. S/x WILLIAM MACLEOD, second Baroi^et, second 
but eldest surviving son and heir, born about 1750, educated at 
the University of Edinburgh, where he remained when his 
father went to America. M.D. (Edinburgh). He died at 
Borline in Skye, roth August 1811, aged sixty-one. He married 
Isabella, eldest daughter of Alexander Macleod of Luskintyre, 
and had issue :~^ 

t. Alexander MacLeod, married Eliza, daughter of Major 
Macdonald of Kishorn, and died s.p.v.p. 

7, Sir John, his heir. 

3. Sir Bannatyne William, heir to his brother. 

4. Donald Macleod, an officer of the 1st Royal Scots, 
killed 181 7 while leading a grenadier company at 
the battle of Mahidpore. He married Mary, daughter 
of John Stuart, and had issue. 

5. Evan MacLeod, H.E.I.C.S., died in India. 

6. Margaret MacLeod^ married, first, the Rev. Alexander 

Campbell^ and secondly, Alexander MacLeod. 

HL S/R JOHN MACLEOD, third Baronet, second but 
elder surviving son and heir, was appointed physician to the 
forces in Spain when only twenty-one, and died s.p. at Ports- 
mouth on his way home, 1814. 






Baronet, next brother and heir, M.D,, C.B., Indian Medical 
Service, Inspector-General of Army Hospitals in Bengal, died 
1856. He married, 1822, Louisa, daughter of Henry Taylor, 
B.C.S.. and had issue : — 

1. Sir Harry John Bannatyne, his heir. 

2. Caroline MacLeod, married Edward Henry Morland, of 

West Ilsley, Berks, B.C.S., and died s.p. 

3. Frances MacLeod, married Colonel Stuart Frederick 

Graham, B.C.S., and has issue. 

fifth Baronet, only son and hein horn 1824, Colonel R.A., died 
at Edinburgh 1S77. He married Christiana, eldest daughter of 
Edward Cox of Fernhill, Mulgoa, New South Wales, and had 
issue :— 

i. S/R Bannatyne. his heir. 

2. Edward Cox MacLeod, born 1863, died 1864. 

3. Harry John MacLeod, Lieutenant 24th regiment, born 

1865, died at Trichinopoly 1893. 

4. William Bernera MacLeod, Surgeon R.N., born 1868, 

married Isabella, daughter of [ ] Cuthbert. 

5. Christiana MacLeod. 
6» Jane MacLeod. 

1877 VI. Sir BANNATYNE MACLEOD, sixth Baronet, 

eldest son and heir, born at Hobart, Tasmania, i860, educated at 
Edinburgh Collegiate School, Edinburgh University, and Clare 
College, Cambridge ; M.A. ; entered Indian Civil Service, and 
appointed after examination of 1878; arrived 13th December 
1880, and served in Madras as assistant-collector and magistrate 
and forest settlement officer; head assistant, January 1889; sub- 
collector and joint-magistrate, September 1894; Barrister-at-Law, 
Inner Temple, 1894; collector and district magistrate. May 1S97, 
He married at Bangalore, 25th July 1882, Morgiana Lilian, 
eldest daughter of Colonel William Nesbitt Wroughton, M.S.C, 
and has issue : — 

I. William Bannatyne MacLeod, Lieutenant Indian 
army, born 1883, educated at Bedford Grammar 



a. Roland Theodore Wroughton MacLeod, bom 1900. 

3. Marguereta Lilian Chamier MacLeod. 

4. Meriel Clare Wroughton MacLeod.^ 

MACMAHON, Baron [I]. 

I. Colonel DONALD MACMAHON, was on the 19th 1723 
January 1723 created BA/iON MACMAffOArll], 


L ROGER MAGUIRE. who, but for the attainder of 1641, 
would have been fifth Lord Maguire and Baron of Ennis- 
KiLLEN [I], elder son and heir of the Hon. Rory or (Roger) 
Maguire,* by his wife Deborah, widow of Sir Leonard Blenner- 
hassett, daughter of Sir Henry Mervyn» was born about 1641, 
succeeded his father 13th November 1648, and had summons 
to the parliament [I] which met in Dublin on 7th May 1689 as 
LoxD EifN/SAVLLEN, ov possibly Loud Maguire of ENmsKiLLSN, 
and took, his seat accordingly.^ Lord-Lieutenant of Fermanagh, 
4th July 1689 ; Colonel of an infantry regiment raised by himself, 
with which he was present at the battle of Aughrim, J2th July 
1691. He was attainted, and after the capitulation of Limerick 
he accompanied the Irish refugee army to FrancCj but having 
no regiment assigned him, he retired to St. Germains, where 

> Particulars relating to the Hrst^ second, and third Baronets are talcen fjom 
Mackenzie's History of the MacLeods. 

^ This Rory Maguire was a son of Sir Brvan MAOUmK, who on the srd March 1627/8 
was created LORD MaGUIRE, BaRON of EnnisKILLEN [1), with remainder lo the heirs- 
mate of his body, and whose eldest son, CONNOR (MAGUIRE). second LORD MagUire, 
having taken the principal lead id the Irish rebellion of 1641, was attainted and bung at 
Tyburn^ loth February 1644. 

' This is not strictly a Jacobite creation — *thc writ and sitting in the Irish House 
' of Peers does not as In England constitute a Peerage. The writ in Ireland ts not 

* from the Crown itself, but from the Crown's deputy, t.g. the Lord Lieut., Lord 

* Deputy, etc. The only case per contra was one which is generally admitted to have 
' been wrongty decided, viz. that of the Barony of De la Poer allowed in 1767 {owing 

* lo the great influence of the parties) lo the Beresford family^ now Marquesses of 
' Waterford' — ex inform. C. E. Cokayne, Clarcnceux King-Df>Arnis, who adds: "The 
' Irish attainders seem often to have been invalid of themselves — and I thint there 
' are One or two cases of the heir of an attainted [Irish] Peerage sittings whether 
' lawfully Or otherwise, in the [Irish] House of Peers.' As, however, the Lorrfs 
Enniskillen ate frequently mentioned in the Stuart correspondence, an account of them 
has been here inserted. 



he died October 1708, aged sixty-seven. He married Mary, 
daughter of Philip MacHugh O'Reilly, and had issue : '— 

1. Alexander, second or sixth Lord Maguire of Ennis- 


2. Hon. Bryan Oge Maguire^ a Captain of foot, died 

s.p. 1719. 

3. Noj/. Rose Maguire. 

4. //o/\^. Marion Maguire, 

5. Hoy. Catherine Maguire. 

H. ALEXANDER (MAGUIRE). second or sixth Lojid 
Maguire of Ennibkillen, elder son and heir, Lieutenant-Colonel 
in Cuconaght Maguire's regiment, retired to France, where he 
died s.p. after 17 19. when the male issue of his father became 
extinct. The title, however, continued to be assumed, as under. 

IIL PHILIP (MAGUIRE), (but for the attainder of 1641) 
seventh Lord Maguire, Baron of Enkiskillen, uncle and heir- 
male, married Mary, sister of Brigadier-General Gordon O'Neill, 
daughter of Sir Phelim O'Neill. 

for the attainder of 1641) eighth Lord Maguire, Barok of 
Enniskillen, son and heir, married Margaret, daughter of 
[ ] O'Donnell of Tyrconneh 

V. ALEXANDER (MAGUIRE), (but for the attainder of 
1641) ninth Lord Maguire, Baron of Enniskillen, son and 
heir, born at Newport in Ireland^ 25th December 172 1 ; entered 
the French army as Lieutenant riform^ in the Irish infantry 
regiment of Berwick, 5th May 1740; Ensign, loth June 1743; 
Foot Lieutenant, 13th December 1743; transferred to the 
Lalley regiment, 6th October J 744; Captain riformi, 17 th 
October 1746 ; given command of a company, ist August 1756 ; 
retired on half-pay, 23rd March 1763, when he had a grant of 
1000 livres; Knight of St. Louis, 1763. He served in Flanders 
1742, on the Rhine 17431 again in Flanders 1744- 1748, and in 
India 1758-1761.* 

>> Lodg-e's M3S., it. p. 121. Additional Mss. ELritish Mu&cum, 23694. 

' Siaiemcnt of services supplied by Frcncli Minister of War. Dalson, Kingjamtis 
Irish Army List, says he was pensioned as a r^/tirm/ Captain o( Lally's regiment at the 
commencement of the French Revolution in 1789. 



MALMESBURY, Earl of [E]. 

i.e. ' MALMESBURYy CO. WHts, Earldom of (Wharton), created 
22iid December 1716, with * Northumberland^ Dukedom of, 
which see. 

MAR, Duke of [S]. 

L JOHN (ERSKINE). twenty-third (1115) and sixth 
(1565) Earl of Mar and eleventh Lord Erskijje [S], son and 
heir of Charles (Erskine), twenty-second and fifth Earl of Mar, 
by Lady Mary, daughter of George (Maule), second Earl of 
Panmure ,[S], born at Alloa February 1675; succeeded his 
father 23rd April 1689, and took his seat In Parliament [S] 8th 
September 1696, when he protested 'against the calling of any 
* Earl before him in the Roll'; P.C, [S], 1697; one of the 
Commissioners for the Union, 1705; K.T. {by Anne), 1706; 
Secretary of State [S], 1706-1707; Keeper of the Signet [S], 
with a pension, 1707; a Representative Peer [S], 1707-1713; 
P.C. [G B], 1 70S ; one of the Secretaries of State [G B], 1713- 
1714. He signed the proclamation of King George, August 
1714, but being known for a strong Jacobite, he was immediately 
dismissed from office by that Prince. He escaped from London 
in disguise on board a coal-ship, embarking from Gravesend, with 
Major-General Hamilton and Colonel Hay. On his arrival in 
Scotland he summoned a great council of the chief Scottish 
nobles and gentry, known as the * Hunting of Braemar,' 26th 
August, and on 6th September following he raised the royal 
standard at Aboyne, and publicly proclaimed James in and viir 
as King. Commander-in-Chief of that King's forces in Scot- 
land, 7ih September 1715 to 4th/]5th February 1716. On 
22nd October 1715 he was created by King James, by patent 
dated at Commercy, Duke of Mar, Marquis Erskwe, Earl OP 
KiLDRUMMiE, Viscount Garioch^ Lord Alloa, Ferriton^ and 
Forrest [S], with remainder to his heirs in tail general. He 
accompanied King James to France, 4th February 17 16, and 
was attainted by Act of Parliament, 17th February 1715/16, as 
from 19th January, whereby all his honours and estates were for- 
feited. By King James he was appointed, 31st February 1716, 
V 113 



a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, and, 8th April following, a 
AT.Cr., and (on the dismissal of the Earl of Bolingbroke), March 
1716, SscjiETAfiY OF STjiT^. On loth November 171 7 he was 
further created by the same King Barqn^ of[ ] and EAJiL 

OF MaA', CO. York [E]^ with remainder to the heirs-male of his 
body, and on 13th December 1722 Duke OF\MAii\ [IJ Lord- 
Lieutenant and High Commissioner [S], aSth June 1721. The 
following year, after a long series of intrigues, he resigned the 
Secretaryship, and retired from public life. He died at Aix- 
la-Chapelle, May 1732. He married first, at Twickenham^ 
Middlesex, 6th April 1703, Lady Margaret, eldest daughter of 
Thomas (Hay), sixth Earl of Kinnoull [S], by the Hon. Elizabeth, 
daun^hter of William (Drummond), first Viscount Strathallan [S]. 
She, who was born 30th September 1686, died at Dupplin, 25th 
April 1707, and was buried, 3rd May, at Alloa. He married 
secondly, 26th July 1714, at Acton, Middlesex, Lady Frances, 
daughter of Evelyn (Pierrepont), first Duke of Kingston- 
upon-HuIl [G B], by his first wife. Lady Mary, daughter of 
William (Fielding), third Earl of Denbigh [E] and second Earl 
of Desmond [I]. She was declared a lunatic, March 1730, and 
died 4th, and was buried 9th, March 1761, at Marylebone, aged 
above eighty. 

1732 II. THOMAS (ERSKINE), second /?crA-£(i7i5) and twenty- 

~ fourth (1115) and seventh (1565) Earl of Mar, second Marquis 
^ Erskine^ Earl of Kildrummie, Vtscount Garioch, Lord 
Alloa, FERRiTOif^ and Forrest (all 1715). and twelfth Lord 
Erskine {1429) [S], also second BAROff [ ]and Earl of 

Mar, CO. York (1717) [E], and Dur'e of [Mar"] {1722) [I], only 
son and heir by first wife, born about 1705; M.P. for Stirling 
Burghs 1728-1734, for co, Stirling 1747. and for co. Clackmannan 
1747-1754; succeeded his father, May 1732, but owing to the 
attainder of 1716 he was not recognised as a Peer by the 
Government In 1739 the family estates were conveyed to him 
by his uncle, Thomas Erskine, Lord Grange, who had purchased 
them in 1725, He died at Gayfield s,p. i6th March 1766, when 
the Barony of [ ] and Earlhom of Mar, co. York [E], 

became extinct, as did also, presumably, the Dukedom of Mar 
[I], while the Dukedom of Mar [S], and the minor titles con- 
ferred with it, together with the Earldom of Mar (11 15) and 
Lordship of Garioch, passed to his sister, and the Earldom of 



Mar (1565) * and the Barony of Erskine (1429) devolved, de jure, 
on his cousin-german and next heir-male, Charles Erskine. He 
married, ist October 1741, at Hopetoun House, Lady Charlotte, 
eighth daughter of Charles (Hope), first Earl of Hopetoun [S], 
by Lady Henrietta, only daughter of William (Johnstone), first 
Marquis of Annandale [S], She, who was born 4th March 1720, 
died 24th November 1788 at Edinburgh. 

HL FRANCES (ERSKINE), Duchess ^M Countess of 
Mar, etc, only sister and heir, being the only child of the first 
DUKB by his second wife. She died 20th June 1776, She 
married, October 1740, her cousin-german, James Erskine, 
Knight-Marischal [S], who became on the death s.p. of his elder 
brother Charles (above named), 1774, de jure ninth Earl of Mar 
(1565) and fourteenth Lord Erskine (1429)- He died at the 
Abbey-miiP 27ih February 1785, aged seventy-one. 

IV. JOHN FRANCIS (ERSKINE), fourth Duke of Mar, 
etCt elder son and heir^ born 1741 ; an officer in the army, 1757- 
1770. He succeeded his mother as Duke of Mar and as twenty- 
sixth Earl (i 1 15) of Mar, ^oth June 1776, and his father as tenth 
Earl of Mar (1565) and fifteenth Lord Erskine (1429), February 
1785. On 17th June 1824 he was, in his eighty-third year, 
restored by Act of Parliament ' to the dignity and title to Earl 
* of Mar.' He died 20th August 1825. He married, 17th March 
1770, at Upway, Dorset, Frances, daughter of Charles Floyer, 
Governor of Madras, by Mary, daughter of [ ] Berriman. 
She died 20th December 1798 at Alloa. 

V. JOHN THOMAS (ERSKINE), fifth /Jc/A-^and twenty- 
seventh Earl (in 5) and eleventh Earl (1565) of Mar, etc., 
son and heir, born 1772. He died 20th September 1828 at 
Alloa House. 

and twenty-eighth Earl(iii5) and twelfth Earl (1565) of Mar, 

' A3 to this EarldQm of Mar, whose existence was not then, nor till long after- 
wards, suspected, but which, 'according to the decision of the Hou&e of Lords, on 

* 25th February 1875, was supposed to have been created {de novo) by patent in 1565, 

* in tail male,' 5ce The Compkte Peerage,^, pp. 238, 239, and abo a correspondence 
in the Genealogist, 

■ Scoti MagaltiiUt ^785, p. 154. 



and seventeenth Lord Erskine (1429), only son and hdr, born 
28th December 1795. He succeeded his distant cousin, Methven 
(Erskine), Earl of Kellle, etc, [S], in 1828 or 1829 as eleventh 
Earl of Kellie (1619), Viscount Fentoun (1606 and 1619), and 
Lord Erskine of Dirletoun (1604). He died s.p. 19th June 1866 
at Alloa House, when the Earldom of Kellie and the other 
honours inherited therewith, as did also the Earldom of Mar 
{ 1 565 ) and the Barony of Erskine ( 1 429), devolved on his cousin 
and next heir-male, while his other honours passed to his nephew 
and heir of line^ 


wards (1S66) GOODEVE-ERSKINE), seventh Duke of Mas, 
Marquis Erskwe^ Earl of Kildrummib^ Vjscount Garioch^ 
Lord Alloa, Ferritqi/, and Forrest (1715), twenty-ninth Earl 
OF Mar (i 1 15) [S], nephew and heir of line^ being son and heir 
of William James Goodeve of Clifton, co. Somerset, by the Lady 
Frances Jemima, daughter of John Thomas (Erskine), fifth Duae 
OF Mar, born at Clifton 29lh March 1836 ; succeeded his uncle, 
19th June t866 ; and had the Earldom of Mar (1115, 1395. or 
1 404) confirmed to him by Act of Parliament, 6th August 1 885.^ 

MAR, Earldom of [E]. 

171; I. JOHN (ERSKINE), first Duke of Mar, etc, [S], was on 

- loth November 1717 created by James 111 and vni Baron of 
[ ] and Earl of Mar^ co. York [E], with remainder to 

the heirs-male of his body. See 'Mar' Duke of\S']. 

[MAR], Duke of [1]. 

1722 I- JOHN (ERSKINE), first Duke of Mar, etc. [S], Earl 

-' OF Mar [EJ was on the 13th December 1722 created by James 
irr and vni Duke of [Mar"] [I], with presumably remainder to 
the hetrs-male of his body. See 'Mar,' Duke o^[S]. 

MELFORT, Duke of [S]. 

1692 L Hon. JOHN DRUMMOND, second son of James, third 

Earl of Perth [S], by Anne, eldest daughter of George (Gordon), 

1714/1S g^cond Marquis of Huntly [S], born about 1650; Secretary of 

State [S], 1684-1688 ; was on 14th April 16S5 created by James 

^ For a fuller account of this family see the Rxtant peerages under Mar, £arl of. 
' 1 16 


II and VII Viscount of Melfort and Lord Drummond of 
GltSTouN [S], with a special remainder to the heirs-male of his 
body by his second wife, whom failing to the heirs-male of his 
body whatsoever. On lath August 1686 he was further created 
by the same King, Earl of Melfort, Viscount of Forth, Lord 
Drummond of Riccartoun, Castlemains^ and Gilstoun [S], with 
Jike special remainder; K.T., 6th June 1687, being one of the 
eight original knights of that order. In 1687 he is said to have 
resigned all his lands and honours into the hands of the King 
at Whitehall, who in 16SS erected and united all the honours so 
resigned into a new Earldom of Melfort and Lordship of the 
Regality of Forth in favour of Euphemia, Countess of Melfort for 
life, and of John, Viscount Forth and the heirs-male of his body, 
whom failing to the heirs-female of his body, whom failing to his 
heirs whatsoever.* On 7th August i68g he was created Baron 
CtEWORTH^^y with the same remainder as the Scottish Earldom. 
On the revolution he fled to France, i6th December 1688, after- 
wards accompanying King James to Ireland, whence, 25tb 
August i6Sg, he was sent on a mission to the Court of Paris, and, 
31st July 1690, to that of Rome. He was made K.G.^ 19th 
April 1693 ; PRmciPAi. Secretary of State and Prims Mini- 
ster, 1689-1693 ; and one of the Secretaries of State, 1693- 
1694; on 17th April 1692 he was created Duke of Melfort, 
Marquis of Forth, Earl of Isla and Burntisland, Viscount 
OF RicKERTON, LoRD Castleatains AND Galston [S], With the 
like special remainder as in the previous creations. He was out- 
lawed 23rd July 1694. and attainted'* by Act of Parliament 2nd 
July 1695, whereby all his honours were considered as forfeited. 
In 1701 he was created by Louis xiv a French Peer and Duke 
OF Melfort [F], with the same remainder as aforesaid. He 
died 25lh January 1714/15, and was buried at St. Sulpice, Paris* 
He married first, 30th September 1670, Sophia, daughter and 
eventual heir of line of the Hon. Robert Maitland of Lundin, 
Fife, by Margaret, daughter and heir of John Lundin of Lundin 
aforesaid. He married secondly, 1680, Euphemia, daughter of 
Sir Thomas Wallace of Craigic, a Lord of Session ( 1671-1680), 
by Euphemia, daughter and heir of William GemmlU of Temple- 
lands, Ayr. She, who was *a great beauty in her time,' died in 
1743 at St. Germains, aged ninety. 

Burke's Peerage, article 'Penh-' 

' *For having- been seen at St. Germiiiis.' 



1714/15 II. JOHN (DRUMMOND), second DuK'e of Melfoht, 
etc., younger son, but eldest son by the second wife, and heir 
under the special remainder. He was born 26th May 1682, and 
retired with his father to France. He served as Aide-de-camp to 
the Duke of Vend6me, Grand Prior of France, in 1705, was a 
Major-General under Lord Mar in the '15, and after the collapse 
of that movement accompanied King James to France, 4th 
February 1716. He died 29th January 1754, and was buried 
at St Nicholas des Champs, Paris. He married^ 25th May 

1 707, at St. Eustache's, Paris, Marie Gabrielle, Dowager- 
Duchess OF Albemarle [E], suo jure Countess of Lussan [F], 
only daughter and heir of John (d'Audibert), second Count of 
Lussan, by Marie Frances Raymond. She was born about 1675, 
and died at the Chateau of St, Germains-en-Laye, 15th May 
1741^ aged about sixty-six. 

HL JAMES (DRUMMOND). third Duke of Melfort, 
also fourth Count of Lussan [F],^ son and heir born, 13th May 

1708, at St. Germains; succeeded his father 29th January 1754, 
and his mother, as Count of Lussan, 15th May 1741. He died 
25th December 1766. 

1766 IV. JAMES LEWIS (DRUMMOND), fourth Duke of 
Melfort, etc., son and heir, a General in the French service. 
On 2nd July 1800 he succeeded his distant cousin James (Drum- 
mond), eighth Dva's and eleventh Earl of Perth [S], as Duke 
and Eari of Perth." See * PEFTffi Dukedom of. 


MITCHELL, Baron [E]. 

CO. Cornwall, eldest son and heir of Nicholas Borlase, a 
Colonel of horse under Charles 11, by Catherine, daughter of 
[ ] Bury of Devon ; succeeded his father, 1677 ; M.P. 

for Mitchell, co. Cornwall, 1660-1662, and again 1679-1680; 
High Sheriff of Cornwall, 1687-1688. He is said to have 
followed King James to France after the Revolution of i68S, 

' His younger brgcher, Lord Lewis Drutnmond, a LLeutenanl-General in the French 
service, and a Knight Grand Cross of St, Louis, was second in command of the Scots 
Rnyal at CullDden, where be was taken prisoner. He nas afterwards Governor of 
Mormandy, and was still alive in 1792. 

* For a fuller account of this family see the extant peerages under Perth, Earl of. 


and to have been created by chat King Lord Borlase of Borlase 
and Baron of Mitchell, co. Cornwall [E]. He died j./.j. jyog ; 
buried at Newlyn. Will, dated 20th January 1704, proved ist 
December 1709. He married (settlement dated 3rd June), 1663, 
Anne^ daughter of Sir John Winter of Lydney, co. Gloucester^ 
who was Maid of Honour to Queen Henrietta Maria. He had 
issue : — 

1. Nicholas Borlase, died in infancy. 

2, Trese Borlase, buried at Newlyn 1679.* 

MOENMOYNE, Earl of [I]. 

1. Sir THOMAS ARTHUR LALLY, second Baronet 
(1707) [I], only son and heir of Sir Gerard Lally, first Baronet, 
by Anne Mary, daughter of Charles James de Bressac, Seigneur 
de la Vache, born at Romano, in Dauphiny, and baptized there, 
15th January 1702. He had a commission given him, ist January 
1707, in the famous Dillon regiment commanded by his cousin, 
Lieutenant-General Earl Dillon) was present before Gerona, 
September 1709, and at Barcelona, 1714; Captain in the same 
regiment, 15th February 1728; Aide-Major, 26th January 1732; 
served in 1733 at the reduction of Kehl, and * was as much d:s- 
' tinguishcd by his brilliant valour there as by his uncommon 

* military knowledge ' ; present with his father at Etlingen, where 
the former, being ' grievously wounded, was on the point of 
' falling into the enemy's hands, when his son threw himself 
' between them and his father, covered him with his own body, 

• and, by prodigies of valour, succeeded in rescuing him.' He 
made a tour of the three kingdoms in 1737 for the purpose of 
making observations as to suitable places for landing an army 
and of establishing communications with the different Jacobite 
centres. On his return he undertook a mission to Russia. 
Captain of Grenadiers, 6th February 1738; Major of the Dillon 
regiment, 15th November 1741 ; Aide-Major to Marshal de 
Noailles, 1743 ; Colonel of infantry, 19th February 1744 ; 
Colonel of the new Irish infantry regiment afterwards called 
after him, 1st October 1744, at the head of which he was 
present at Fontenoy, 30th April 1745. He served through 
the '45, being Aide-de-camp to the Prince Regent at the battle 

' See the Ctneahgist, N^.S., ii., pedigree facing p. 28S, aJso T/u Compute Peeragt, 
vilu p. 313. Hals in his Cominali says {c. 173a), ' by tellers patent, yet extant.' 



of Falkirk, i6th January 1746, and on his return to France was 
created by King James lu and viii Earl of Moenmoyne, Vis- 
count OF Ballvmole, and Baron of Tollendally [I].' He was 
Quartermaster-General to Count de Lowendahl's army in the 
Bergen-op-2oom expedition, and was promoted to be Major- 
General, 31st December 1755. Either about this time or shortly 
before he appears to have been created or recognised by Louis xv 
as Count of Lally and Barok of Tollendal [F]. On the 
19th November 1756 he was appointed Lieulenant-General of 
the force designed to assist the French East India Company, 
and at the same time Commissioner for the King, Syndic of the 
Company, and Commander-in-Chief of all the French establish- 
ments in the East Indies ; " Commander of St. Louis, 5th February 
1757; Honorary Grand Cross, i6th December following; and 
Knight Grand Cross, 15th January 1761.'' After obtaining many 
successes against the British, he was, owing to the jealousy of 
his subordinates, defeated and taken prisoner at Pondicherry, 
15th January 1761. He was sent to England, but released on 
parole, October, and allowed to return to France. He was 
arrested and imprisoned, 5th November 1761, in the Bastille, 
where he remained till May 1766, when he was brought to 
trial, condemned to death by arr$i of the Parlemeni dc Paf^s-, 6th, 
and executed in Paris, 9th May 1766. This sentence was after- 
wards. 2ist May 1778^ cancelled by the King in Council, and 

' See O'Callagha.D'5 HUt&fy of tk§ Irish Brigade^ 1870^ which contains a good 
account of him ; sec also Nou-udle Biographie Gfn&nh, Paris, 1 859. 

' When the deputation from the secret commiUee of the Compatiy applied to the 
French Minister, the Couat of Argenson, for 3000 of the King^s troops, to be joined 
with its own and commanded by the Marquis of Lally, the equally sagacious and 
well inientioned Minister, who disapproved of Lally's accepting that post, said to the 
applicants : ' You do not see your way, I atn better acquainted than you are with the 
' worth of M. de Lally, and moreover, he is my friend ; but he should be left with us in 
*■ Europe. He is on fire with activity. He makes no compromise with respect to dis- 

* cipline, hiis a horror of every proceeding that is not straightfoirward, is vexed with 

* everythint; that does not go on rapidly^ is silent upoa nothing that he knows, and 
' expresses himself in terms not to be forgotten. All that is excellent among us ; but 
' what is the prospect of it for you, among your factories in Asia. At the first act of 

* negligence that will clash with the service of the King, at the first appearance of 

* insubordination or knavery, M. de Lally will thunder forth if he does not resort to 

* rough measures. They will cause his operations to fail, in nrder to be revenged upon 

* him. Pondicherry will have civil war within its walls, as well as foreign war without its 

* gates. I believe the plans of my friend to be excellent \ but, in India, a person 
' different from what he is ought to be charged with the execution of them. Leave me, 
' in order to deliberate on all that, and come and see me Eignin,' and it was only with 
great reluctance that he ultimately induced to propose Lilly's name to the King. 

> Statement of services supplied by French Miaistei^ of War. 



his innocence formaUy declared. He married Felicite, daughter 
of [ ] Crafton, 

II. TROPHIME GERARD (LALLY), second Earl of 
MoENMOYNE, V/scouNT OF Ballymole, and Baron of Tollen- 
DALLY [I], first Marquis and second Count of Lally-Tollendal, 
etc. [F], only son and heir, born in Paris 5th March 1751; 
educated at the College of Harcourt under the name of 
Trophime ; succeeded his father, 9th May J 766; Deputy of 
the noblesse of Paris to the State s-General, 1789; retired from 
France on the Revolution, and was for some tinie in England. 
He was living at Bordeaux in 1805. P.C. and Minister of Public 
Instruction, 1815, to Louis xviii, by whom, on 19th August 1815, 
he was created Marquis of Lallv-Tollendal and a Peer of 
France; Member of the French Royal Academy, 21st March 
1816; Grand Cross of the Legion of Honour, Knight-Com- 
mander and Grand Treasurer of the Order of the Holy Ghost. 
He died in Paris nth March 1830.^ He married [ ], 

daughter of [ ] [ \ He had issue an only daughter, 

viz. : — 

I. Lady Elizabeth Felicite Claude de Lally, Marchioness 
of Lally, married [ ], Count of Aux. 

MONEYDIE, Viscount of [S], 

«>. * MoneydieI Viscounty of (Davia), created 12th April 
1698, with 'Almond' Earldom of^ which see. 

MONK, Marquis [E]. 

%.€, * Monk' Marqvisate of (Granville), created 3rd Novem- 
ber 172 1, with '^AlbemarleI Dukedom of, which see. 

MONMOUTH. Earl of [E]. 

I. CHARLES MIDDLETON, second Earl of Middle- ,;oi 
TON, Lord Clermont and Fettekcairn [S], son and heir of 
John (Middleton), first Earl of Middleton, by his first wife, '^'^ 

> NouviiU Biograp/n'e Ginh-aU^ Paris, 1859. 



Grizel, widow respectively of Sir Alexander Fotheringham and 
of Sir Gilbert Ramsay of Balmain, and daughter of James 
Durham of Pitkerrow ; born about 1640; was with his father in 
the Highlands in 1654 fighting against Cromwell with the rank 
of Captain, though then but fourteen years of age. He succeeded 
his father, 1673 ; was Ambassador to the Court of Vienna, and 
afterwards (1682) Secretary of State [S]. In August 1684 he 
was appointed one of the principal Secretaries of State [E], 
Though a strong Protestant, he remained faithful to King James. 
With Lord Dundee be followed the King to Rochester, and 
entreated him to remain in England. In 1692 he was arrested 
and committed to the Tower, but after a few months' detention 
was released on bail, and finally, November, discharged. In 
February 1693 he went on a mission to St, Germains; was out- 
lawed by the Court of Justiciary, 23rd July 1694, and attainted 
by Act of Parliament, 2nd July 1695, whereby all his honours 
were forfeited; Secretajh' of State, 1693-1702 and 1703-1713, 
with the * chief control of affairs at the exile Court at St, 

• Germains, his conversion to the Roman Catholic faith ' (which 
' was the cause of his retirement, 1702-1703} not being till o/if^^ the 
' death of King James^ under whose will he was made one of the 

* Council to assist the young Prince . . . and the Queen-Dowager, 
' his mother.' Shortly after the death of James 11 and vii, and 
before the 17th October 1701, he was created by the young King 
Earl of Monmouth^ and Viscount CLERMot^r^ [EJ, with pre- 
sumably remainder to the heirs-male of his body. In 1703 he 
was offered but declined the Garter,* On the 24lh December 
1713 he resigned his seals of office, and was early the next year 
appointed Great Chamberlain to the Queen- Dowager, which 
office he continued to hold until her death at St. Germains-en- 

' 'He came into the Catholic Church under remarkable circumstances. Even on 
' his deathbed Ja-mes 11 had earnestly, but vainly, endeavoured to convert him to 
' Catholicism. A few months after the King's de;ath he told the Queen that his old 
' master had appeared to him during (he night, and iarormed him that by his prayers 

* he had obtained his friend's salvation. The vision, the literally undying care 0/ the 

* King for his suul, made so deep an impression upon the obstinate, but practical 

* Minister, no morbid visionary, but a cheery soul, thai he professed himself a Catholic, 
' resigned hii office, went into retreat, and then made his adjuration' {Tht Hayatisi, 

^ p. 35)' 

' His father's second wife was Martha, fifth daughter and to-heir of Henry (Carey), 
second Earl of Monmouth^ who died s.p.m.j^ 13th Juut 1661, when that Earldom 
became extinct. 

^ His son ivas styled *Viscount Clermont.' 

* Out of modesty, says 5t Simon. 




Laye, 8th May 1719. He died at the same place, 1719, aged 
about seventy-nine/ Will, dated 7th July 1719 (N.S.), was 
proved 4th March 1726/7 and again 3rd March 181 2* He 
married, about 1670, Lady Catharine, daughter of Robert 
(Brudenell), second Earl of Cardigan [E], by his second wife, 
the Hon. Anne, daughter of Thomas (Savage), first Viscount 
Savage [E]- She, who was governess to the Princess Louisa, 
25th November 1701 till the latter's death, i8th April 1712, 
died at St. Germains, nth March 1743, in her ninety-fifth year. 
Her will was dated 26th October 1740, and proved 25th May 
1749. He had issue : — 

I. John, Viscous^ Clermo//t, his heiT. 

i. Hon. Charles Middleton, who appears to have died 
unmarried before October 1 740. 

3. Lady Elizabeth Middleton married Edward, sixth 

Duke of Perth, and was living in Paris at a great 
age in 1773. 

4. Lady Catherine Middleton married first, in or shortly 

after June 1706, Sir John Giffard, Knight (by whom 
she had a daughter Mary, living 1740), and secondly 
Michael, Count de Rothe. 

H. JOHN (MIDDLETON), second Earl of Monmouth 1719 
[E], third Earl of Middleton, etc, [S], elder son and heir. On 
24th February / 1 7th March 1 708 he, being then a Colonel, and his ^^' 
brother. Captain Charles Middleton, accompanied King James 
in the attempted expedition to Scotland, but were captured on 
board the Salisbury by Admiral Byng, and were sent prisoners 
to the Tower, but were afterwards released on. parole^ and in 
June 171 3» as the result of the Peace of Utrecht, were allowed 

^ Macky^ in his 'Characters/ wntes of him [170:3?] when towards si 3tty years old i 
' He was against the violent measures of King James's relgn^ and for that reason 

* no great figure at Court 'ihlle that Prince was upon the throne; yet was proof 
' against aJ] the offers made him by King WilJiam, and, after being frequenlly im- 
prisoned in England, followed King James to France, when he had the chief 

' administration given him. He is one of the politest gentlemen in Europe, has a 

* great deal of wit, mixed with a sound judgment and a very dear understanding \ of 
' £La easy indifTerent address, but a careless way of living. lie is a black man, of a 

* middle stature, with a sanguine complexion, and one of the pteasantest companions 
' in the world.' To which Dean Swift adds : '■Sir William Temple told me he was a 

* Very valuable man jnd a good scholar. I once saw him.' Quoted in TAi CompleU 
Pttrag£t V. p, 31a, from which the above account is largely taken. See also an account 
of him in TAi RayaUst^ x, p, 65, above the well-known initials, A. S., i.e. Alice Shield, 



to return to France. Gentleman of the Bedchamber. 15th De- 
cember 1 7 13. He succeeded his father 17 19, and appears to 
have died unmarried in or shortly before February 1746/7, when 
the Earldom of Monmouth [E] presumably became extinct, 
while the Earldom of Middleton, Baronies of Clermont and 
Fettercairn [S], which were under attainder, remained dormant. 

MONTGOMERY, Marquis of [E]. 

i.e. ^ Montgomery^ Marquisate o/' (Herbert), created 12th 
January 1689, with 'Powis^* Dukmdom of, which see, 

MOUNTCASHELL, Viscount of [I]. 

I. Hon. JUSTIN MACCARTY. third and youngest son of 
Donough, first Earl of Clancarty \\\ by the Hon. Eleanor, sister 
of James, first Duke of Ormonde [E and I], daughter of Thomas 
Butler, styled Viscount Thurels, entered the French army while 
young, but was recalled to England in 1678. He was made a 
Lieutenant-General in the army, and held command in Munster, 
where, before the arrival of King James at Kinsale, 22nd March 
1689, he had succeeded in suppressing the insurrection under 
Lord Inchiquin and Henry Boyle. M.P. [I], co. Cork, April 
16S9, and Master-General of the Ordnance [I], 14th May 1689, 
having on the ist May* previously been created by King James 
(after the Revolution in England, but while still de facto as well 
as de jure King of Ireland^) Baron of CastleinCh ox Castle- 
Inchy^ and Viscount Movntcashell^ co. Tipperary [I]. He was 
sent against the Ennisktilen insurgents and laid siege to Crom 
Castle, but was defeated and taken prisoner^ 31st July 1689, at 

^ The Compute Peerage gives the date as 23fd May, and other authorities as the 
3rd June (the anniversary of his brother^s glorious death on board ihe Royal Charles 
in the famous action between JameSv Duke of York, and the Dutch Adnniral Opdom, 
3rd June 1665, when the same cannon-ball is said to have killed Richard Boyle, Charles 
Berkeley, Lord FalmQuth, and Charles Macca,rty, Lord Muskcrry), but the patent is 
dated ist May. There appears no doubt, however, that it was not declared untiJ afler 
the opening of the Irish Parliament, 17th May. DaltonT in his King Jame^s huh 
Army Usi, 1689, says ; ' Early in May 1689 he was created Lord Viscount Montcashel 
* and Baron of CastleiDcliy, and was introduced with that title, on the second day of 
' the meeting of the Parliament of Dublin, to the House of Peers.' 

' The Preface, p, xn. 

^ The nafiie of the Barony is blank in the warrant. 


Newtown Butler. He escaped in December, and on iSth April 
1690 was despatched to Brest in command of five infantry 
regiments ; Lieutenant-General in the French army 30th May 
following. The same year he served under the Marquis of St. 
Ruth in Savoy, in 1691 under the Duke of Noailles in Catalonia, 
and in 1693 with the army of Germany, He died s.p. ist July 
1 694 at the baths at Bareges, when all his honours became ex- 
tinct." He married Lady Arabella, second and youngest daughter 
of Thomas (Wentworth), first Earl of Strafford [E]» by his second 
wife, Lady Arabella, daughter of John (Holies), first Earl of 
Clare [E]. 

MOUNT LEINSTER, Viscount of [1} 

I, EDWARD CHEEVERS of Macetown, son and heir of 
John Cheevers of Macetown and Ballyhaly, by his first wife, 
Mary, daughter of Sir Henry Healing (or by his second wife, 
Joan, daughter of Edward Sutton), succeeded his father about 
1688, and joined his brother-in-law, the gallant Earl of Lucan, in 
supporting King James, by whom he was on 23rd August 1689 
created (after the Revolution in England, but while he was still 
de facto as well s.?. de jure K\n^ o{ Ir^X^nA') BakoN of Bano, i.e. 
[^^Awow], CO, Wexford, and Viscount Mount Leinste/i, co. 
Carlow [I]*' Aide-de-camp to King James at the battle of the 
Boyne ; was included in the Articles of Limerick, 1691, but 
declined to accept the benefits of the capitulation, and accom- 
panied his Sovereign to France, where he died unmarried 1709, 
when all his honours became extinct. He married Anne, sister 
of Patrick (Sarsfield). Eaj^l of Lucan [I], elder daughter of 
Patrick Sarsfield of Lucan, co. Dublin, by Anne, daughter of 
Rory O'More.* 

' The French Gaaette conlains the folloii ing announcement : ' My Lord Monlcassel, 
' Lieutenant-General of the Armies of the King, commander of three Irish regiments, 
' died the 1st of this month at Barrege, of the wounds that he has received oa several 
* occasions, in which he was always extremely disting-uiBhed.' He is sonietlmes, but 
erroneously, said to have been created Duke of Mount Cashell See a metnoir of him 
ID The Royalist^ ii. p. 85. 

* See Preface, p. jtii. 

* The patent is printed in fall >□ The Royalist^ v. p 134. 

* There is a good pedigree of this family in Burke's Extinct Peerage^ 1S83, 
pp. Il6» J17. 




MUNSTER, Duke of [I]. 

John O'Sullivan is sometimes, but apparently erroneously, 
said to have been created by King James iii and viii, in or 
about 1746, DuK-E OF Mui^sTER [I]. In 1753 he was created, 
'as Sir John O'Sullivan; Knt.,' a Baronet [1]. See O'Sulli- 
van, Baronet [I], 


i.e. Earl (or Count) Murrav was the title generally used after 
1759 by the Hon. Alexander Murray, who on the 12th August 
that year was created by King James Earl of Westminster. 
See ' Westminster,' Earl of. 


NAIRNE, Earl of [S]. 

I. WILLIAM (MURRAY), second Lord Nairne[S]. fourth 
son of John (Murray)* first Marquis of Atholl [S], by Lady 
Amelia Sophia, daughter of James (Stanley), seventh Earl of 
Derby [E], was born about 1665, and on 30th May 1683 suc- 
ceeded his father-in-law, Robert (Nairne), first Lord Nairne [S] 
(under the special remainder with which that dignity had been, 
27th January 1680/1, created), as Lord Nairne. He took his 
seat in Parliament [S], 22nd October 1690, but never took the 
oaths to the Revolution Government. He was one of the first 
to join the rising in 1715 ; was taken prisoner, 14th November 
1715, at Preston; sent to the Tower; and on 9th February 
17 16 tried and condemned lo death for high treason, when 
his honours were forfeited. He was however respited, and 
allowed the benefit of the Act of Indemnity of 6th December 
1717. On 24th June 1721 he was created by James in and vin 
Lord of [ ], Viscount of Stanley^ and Earl of 

Nairne [S], with remainder to his heirs-male. He died 3rd 
February 1726^ aged about sixty. He married, February 1690, 
the Hon. Margaret, only daughter and heir of Robert (Nairne), 
first Lord Nairne [S]^ by Margaret, daughter of Patrick Graham 

1 Doubtless in con sequence of his mother {of ivhoni. however, lie was not ihe 
representaiive) having been heiress of the Stanleys, Earis of Derby [E]. Sec The 
CQmphtc Feerage, vi. p^ a. 



of Inchbraco. She, who was born i6th December 1669, died 
14th November 1747. 

II, JOHN (NAIRNE), second Earl of Nairne, etc., eldest 
son and heir,^ born about 1691. Lieutenant Colonel in Lord 
Charles Murray's regiment; was taken prisoner with his father, 
13th November 1715, at Preston; was found guilty of high 
treason and attainted, 4th March 1716. He succeeded his father, 
3rd February 1726, but was of course not recognised by the 
Government. He obtained in 1737-173S an Act of Parliament 
to enable him to inherit property, etc. In 1745 he again took 
part in the rising on behalf of the House of Stuart, and the 
following year was again attainted. He died at Sancerre in 
France, nth July 1770. He married his cousin-german. Lady 
Catherine, third and youngest daughter of Charles (Murray), 
first Earl of Dunmore [S], by Catherine, daughter of Robert 
Watts. She died at Versailles, 9th May 1754, and was buried 
as 'Countess of Nairne' 12th, at Port St Martin, near Paris.* 

III. JOHN (NAIRNE). third ^-4/'zo/'7V^/^;v^, etc, second 
but eldest surviving son and heir. He succeeded his father, i iih 
July i770> but never assumed the title. He was a Lieutenant- 
Colonel in the army, and died 7th November 1782. He married 
about 1756 Brabazon, daughter of Richard Wheeler of Leyralh, 
CO, Kilkenny, who died 22nd April 1801. 

IV. WILLIAM (NAIRNE), fourth Earl of Nairne. etc., 
second but only surviving son and heir, born 1756 ; succeeded his 
father, 7th November 1782, but did not assume the title. He 
was also an officer in the army, being for some time Assistant- 
Inspector-General of Barracks in Scotland. By Act of Parlia- 
ment, 17th June 1824, the attainder of the second Lord Nairne 
in 1716 was repealed, when he became de facto as well as dej'ure 
Lord Nairne. He died 9th July 1830, He married, June 1806, 
the Hon. Caroline, third daughter of Laurence (Oliphant), second 
Lord Ouphant of Gask [S], by Margaret, eldest daughter of 

'^ In Tiie Cofttpteti Parage It i$ this Lord Naime who Is said to have been created 
Earl of Nairne by King James ; but though the Christian namc! is L«ft bUnk in the 
warrant, it is made out to Lord Nairne, which this John did not become till some 6ve 
years later than the date of the patent. 

* Kington-Oliphant's/atr^f'/c Leards of Gask ^ p. 287. 




Duncan Robertson of Struan. She, the well-known Lady 
Naime, was born at Gask, £6th August 1766, and named after 
the King (Charles iii), and died there, 27th October 1845. 

V. WILLIAM (NAIRNE). fifth Earl of NAifiNs and 
VrscouNT STJNLEr{iyi2i)^ sixth Lord Natrne (1681) [S], only 
son and heir, born 1808; succeeded his father, 9th July 1830, 
and died unmarried, 7th December 1837, when the Barony of 
Nairne passed to his heir-of-Iine, Margaret, suo jure Baroness 
Keith [I and U K], while the Earldom of Nairne devolved 
upon his heir-malci as under. 

OF Nairne, also sixth Earl of Dunmore[S], and second Baron 
DuNMORE [U K], cousin and next heir-male, being the eldest 
son of George, fifth Earl of Dunmore, son and heir of John, 
fourth Earl, son and heir of William, third Earl, brother and 
next heir of John, second Earl, who was son and heir of Charles, 
first Earl of Dunmore, which Charles was the next elder brother 
(whose male issue then survived') of the first Earl of Nairne. 
He was born ist June 1804, and died 15th July 1845. 

Earl of Nairne and Viscount Stanley {1721), also seventh 
Earl of Dunmore, Viscount Fincastle, and Lord Murray 
(1686) [S], and third Baron Dunmore (1831) [U KJ only 
son and heir, born 24th March 1841. 

NEWCASTLE, Earl of [1]. 

£:. 1692 L FJERS (BUTLER), third Viscount of Galmoye [I], 
son and heir of Edward (Butler), second Viscount Galmoye, by 
Eleanor, widow of Sir Arthur Aston, daughter of Sir Nicholas 


' Lyon King writes : ''As lo your query, a Scots peerage with remainder to heirs- 

* male whatsoever goes in the case ypu mention lo the heirs of the next younger 
' brother ; Id case of the failure of all younger brothers and their issue it would go to 
' the immediate elder brother. Failing all collateral succession, the title wouid then 

* ascend to the father and his coHatorals, and so on.' 

The first Ead of Nairne had, three elder brothers and four younger : of the latter 
Henry and George died young, Mungo was killed, unmarried, in the Darien expediiion, 
1700, and Edward's only son, John, died (apparently unmarried) in 174S, white his 
immediate elder brother, James^ had only daughters. 

White of Leixlip, born 21st March 1652 ; * succeeded his father in 
1667; D.C.L. of Oxford, 6th August 1677 ; P.C [l], 1686, He 
remained faithful to King James, and was in command of a 
regiment of horse at the battle of the Boyne, ist July 1690; was 
outlawed by King William, nth May 1691; and was taken 
prisoner at the battle of Aughrim, 12th July 1691, He was 
afterwards exchanged, and was one of the parties on the Irish 
side to the Treaty of Limerick, 3rd October 1691, in which he 
was included. He however elected to follow his King into exile. 
He accordingly retired into France, and in 1692 was created by 
King James Earl of Newcastle^ co. Limerick [I], in conse- 
quence of which he was, 1697, attainted by the de facto Govern- 
ment. He afterwards entered the French army and was made a 
Major-General. Gentleman of the Bedchamber to James in and 
viu, 14th February 1703. He died s.p.m.s. iSth June 1740, 
when the Earldom of Newcastle presumably became extinct, 
and the Viscounty of Galmoye devolved on his heir-male. He 
married Elizabeth, daughter of Theobald Mathew of Thurles^ 
CO. Tipperary. He had issue an only son : — 

ri. Edward, Viscount Galmoye, Colonel in the French 
K army, was slain v.p. nth September 1709, at the 

I battle of Malplaquet, 

NEWTON, Baron [S]. 

i.e. * Neivton,' Barony of (Graeme), created 20th January 
1760, with " AlfordI Earldom of, which see. 

[NORTH], Earl of [EJ 

L WILLIAM (NORTH), sixth Lord North de Kirtling 

(1554) and second Lord Grey de Rolleston (1673), eldest son 
and heir of Charles (North), Lord North and Grey, by the Hon. 
Katharine, widow of Sir Edward Moseley of Hough, co. Lan- 
caster, and RoUeston, co. Stafford, second Baronet [E], daughter 
of William (Grey), first Baron Grey of Werke ; born 22nd 
December 1673, succeeded his father 1690; a Lieutenant-Gcneral 
in the army, distinguished himself at the battle of Blenheim, i3ih 
August 1704, where he had his right hand shot off, P.C, to 


* Statement of services supplied by French Minister of War. 



Anne. He subsequently devoted himself to the Jacobite cause, 
and was much mixed up in all the plots to restore the House of 
Stuart. On znd January 1722 he had a commission'^ as Lieutcnant- 
General from Kingf James, and on 5th of the same month, as 
'William North/ ^ was appointed Commander-in-Chief in and 
about the City of London and Westminster, being the following 
day created' by the same King Earl of \North\^ Viscount op 
[ ], and Baron of \_ ] [E], with remainder 

to the heirs-male of his body. He was also appointed, 26th May 
1722, one of the nine Lords Regent [E]* during the King's 
absence. He died s.p. at Madrid, 1734, when the Earldom of 
North, together with the minor titles conferred with it, as also 
the Barony of Grey de Rolleston, became extinct, while the 
Barony of North de Kirtling devolved on his next heir-male. 
He married Maria Margaretta, daughter of Cornelius de Yong, 
Lord of Elmeet [Holland], Receiver- General of the United 
Provinces. She remarried in 1735 Patrick (Murray), seventh 
Lord Elibank [S], and died 6th June 1762, and was buried at 



L PHILIP (WHARTON), sixth Baron Wharton (1544), 
also second Marquis or Wharton and Malmesburv (by George i, 
171 5), Earl of Wharton and VrscoUNT Winchendon (by Anne, 
1706) [E], and Baron Trim, Earl of Rathfarnham, and 
Marquis of Catherlough (by George 1, 1715) [1], only son and 
heir of Thomas (Wharton), fifth Baron and first Marquis of 
Wharton, etc, by his second wife, the Hon. Lucy, daughter and 
heir of Adam (Loftus), first Viscount Lisburne [I]; born on or 
shortly before 2ist December 1698,31 Adderbury, or Ditchley, 
Oxon., and baptized 5lh January 1698/9, William of Orange, the 
Princess Anne> and the Duke of Shrewsbury being his sponsors ; 
succeeded his father, 12th April 1715* The following September 

^ This ]s endorsed ; * Renewed of the same dale, and given to him 17 June 
* 1727.' 

* For some reason King James does not appear lo have recogfLJ^cd cither of his 
peerAges, though both were of pre-RevoluCion origin. 

* The patent is endorsed ; ' Renewed of the same date, and given (o bim 17 June 
' 1737. The titles of Eacll, Viscount, and Baron "blank."' 

* See under 'Albemarlci Duke of,' p. 4, 



he visited King James at Avignon, by whom of course his post* 
Revolution peerages were not recognised, but by whom he was, 
22nd December 17 16, created Viscount Wjnchendon, co. Bucks, 
Earl of Malmesbury, co. Wilts, Marquis of Woburn^ co. 
Bucks, and Doks of Nqrtmumberlai^u [E],^ So desirous, how- 
ever, were the Government of obtaining his support, that he was 
allowed to take his seat» 12th August i?i?, in the Irish House of 
Lords, and on aSth January 1718, being then not twenty, he was 
created by George i Duke of WhartoN, co. Westmoreland.* 
Notwithstanding this, he continued to oppose the Government, 
and made a famous speech in the House of Lords in defence of 
Bishop Atterbury. In 1726 he left England and openly declared 

* On the i7lh November 1724 Mar writes to him in Paris ; ' I scarce believe theslory 
' you heard from England of many fthsk [dukes) to be made, bm that is nothing as lo Mr. 
' Worsly[Wharton]i for as soon as 1 spoke of it lo Ross [the King] he ordered me 10 let 
' yoa know that as soon [as] be is able to write the warrant shall fcte past of the same date 
' when he was with him and be put into Mr. Clark's hands, where Worsly may be surt 
' it shall be safe from harm, and ^afer and better there for some time than in his ovrn. 
' You will easily see for many reasons the importance of keeping this an absolute 
' sccrety, nobody here knows of it nor else where. You see how ready Mr. Ross is to 
' oblige you, and I am persuaded he will never have cause to repent it' Across the 
letter is written, 'Tell Worsly to send me Che names and places necessary to be put 
' in this warrant.' To this Wharton replies on the 26th November, and after thanking 
Mar for his good offices continues : ' I have thanked the King for it by the inclos'd and 
' will never depart from the assurances I have giv'o his Majesty. I shall endeavour to 

* correspond constantly with Yr, Grace from England by cypher. Your letters for 

* me mu5t be adres'd as usual to Gordon. As to the names and places necessary to 

* be put in the warrants, 1 hope the King will let it be fil'd up as is mentioned on the 

* other side. The title of Northumberland being extinct and having an estate in the 
' county, I think (if the King has no objection lo it) it will be most proper If his 
' Majesty has, I hope he will tee me know it, and I shall change it.' On the other side 
are written the titles : ' Philip Whartonj Baron Wharton of Wharton, in the county of 
'■ Westmoreland (an honour given to Sir Tho. Wharton, then Ld, Warden of the 
' Marshes, by Henry ye Bth), Viscount Winchendon in the county of Buckingham» Earl 
' of Malmesbury in the county of Wilts, Marquess of Woburn in the county of Bucks, 
' Duke of Northumberland.' This letter is endorsed ' reed, at Avignon 21 Dec.,' and on 
the 33nd Mar writes to htm that the warrant has been made out according to hi£ wish 
and handed to Mr. Clark. 

' ' The hope of attracting this rich and influential young profligate from the Jacobite 
' to the Whig party by the extraordinary mark of favour singularly failed. The pre- 
^ amble supplements the (feeble) claim of the grantee thereto {1) as being of noble 

* desceni, and (2) as having "chosen to distinguish him&elf by his personaE merit," by 
' recounting how much the " invincible King William III " owed to the grantee'^s father, 

* "that constant and courageous assertor of the public liberty and Protestant religion," 

* and how "the same extraordinary person de&crved so well of us in having scipponed 

* " our interests by the weight of his counselsj the force of his wit, and the firmness of his 
' "mind at a time when our title to the succession of this realm was endangered." As, 
' however^ this "patriot" had himself hetn rewarded with a Viscounty, two Earldoms, 
' and two Marqucssalcs for such his services, the reason for conferring a Dukedom on 
' his infant son is not very convincing." See The ContpieU Peerage, viii. p. 129, note ». 



for King James, by whom he was created K,G.. 5th March 1726. 
and declared Prime Minister. He was afterwards sent on a. 
mission to the Court of Madrid, to assist the Duke of Ormond in 
pressing for a new expedition to Scotland ; and having joined the 
Spanish army as a volunteer in the attack on Gibraltar, May 
1727, was by resolution of the House of Lords outlawed, ' tho' 

* in/brmalty and irregularly,' for high treason, 3rd April 1729. 
Having", 'afteracareer of singular extravagance, become a ruined 

* man,' he ultimately died in great poverty at the Monastery of 
the Franciscans at Pobled, in Catalonia, 31st May 1731, and 
was buried the next day in the church there,^ when all his 
hoQOurs became extinct, except perhaps the Barony of Wharton.* 
He married first, 2nd March 17 15, Martha, daughter of Major- 
General Richard Holmes. She died in Gerrard Street 14th, and 
was buried 22nd April 1726, at St. Anne's, Soho. He married 
secondly, 23rd or 26th July 1726, at Madrid, Maria Theresa 
O'NeilL said to have been daughter of Henry O'Brien, an Irish 
Colonel in the Spanish service, by Henrietta, daughter of Henry 
O^NttU* She died in Golden Square, London, 13th, and was 
burtcU at St Pancras 20th February 1777. 



t Thb Hon. THOMAS NUGENT of Pallas, co. Galway, 
nx\Niil son of Richard (Nugent), second Eari of Westmeath [I], 
by M^uryk daughter of Sir Thomas Nugent of Moyrath. Baronet 
\\]. KC [IJ i2th September 1685 ; third Puisne Justice of the 
tviik^H fcWnch [1], 23rd April 1686, and Chief Justice thereof, 
l^ii *..Vtober 16S7. By writ of summons, 3rd April 16S9, to the 
PiuUiMMHXl of Dublin on 7th May following, he was created by 
K.iu^ lOAMtt It and vit (after the Revolution in England, but 
^whtlc he was still de facto as well as de jure King of Ireland^) 


n >ii ,V aHd Q., 9lh series, i, p. 91. 

.c« l'^ Compute Feerage, from which many of the particulars given 

'I iKi« Peerage, created 3rd April 1689, depends on the fact as to 
la; >.lite James )■ was legally King of Ireland. By the English 

■ .<<i MAk declared to have been vaeited an nth December 16S6 ; ^uch 
., ttA-. tiot made in Sfrotland liil 4th April 1689, while in Ireland 
iltil iNMMSSiqii of royal auCharity, the Government being solely 

«4Mi^ iMtil iKe landing of General Schombcrg in Ulster in August 
.'oUhi ikltw t1i)9 creauoii. Indeed, James 11 appears to have been the 


BAfcoN Nugent of RfVERsroN, co. Westmeath [I], with remainder 
to the heirs-male of his body. Lord Chief-Justice [1]. 28th 
June 1689, and subsequently one of the Commissioners of the 
Treasury [1], He remained faithful to King James, and was 
outlawed by the Parliament of William of Orange. He served 
in the army of King James throughout campaigns of 1690 and 
1691, but subsequently under the provisions of the Treaty of 
Limerick, 3rd October 1691. he recovered his estates. He died 
May 1715. He married, 1680, the Hon. Mariana, daughter of 
Henry (Barnewall), second Viscount Barnewall of Kingsland [I], 
by his first wife, the Hon. Mary, eldest daughter of John (Netter- 
ville), second Viscount Netterville of Douth [i]. She was born 
26th March 1662, and died i6th September 1735, at Pallas 

Nugent of Riv^sf^sToN^ son and heir, born about 1687^ He was 
attainted for high treason 1694, when under seven years of age, 
but after having conformed to the established church [I], and 
having served in the army, he obtained an Act of Parliament in 
1727 for his relief, whereby he recovered his estates some ten 
years later. He died s.p> 6th March 1737/8, in London, and was 
buried at Howth. 

111. WILLIAM (NUGENT), third Baj^on Nugent of 
R/VERSTON, brother and heir, succeeded 6th March 1737/8, and 
died nth May 1756. 

dc/acio King of Ireland even a& la.te as the battle of Boyne in July 1690. U is to be 
noted that Charles 11 dq 2nd July 1650, when he *tm King ai Ireland alone (monarchy 
in En»Und having been abolished on ihe deposition of Charles I), created Thomas 
Preston Viscount Tarst [1], a dignity which was always, fully recognised. Peerages 
made by ^ sovereign in possession have always been recognised by hi^ successor, as 
by Edward IV in the case of those made by Henry vi, etc. The Peerage granted to 
Nugent was recognised not only by James [i (who by patent 28th June 1689 styles the 
grantee 'Lord Baron Nugent of Riverston,' and subsequently Lord Bahon of 
Rivkrston), bui by General dc Ginkell, Commander-in-Chief of King William's 
forces, who, in his l«ter of protection, gth October 1691, styles him 'The Right Hon. 
* ThomaSf Lord Riverston' ; and also by the Commissioners of Irish forfeiture, whoi 
in an order dated 5th July 1701, style him 'The Lord Riverston.' See 'Cast of 
' William Thomas Nugent of Pallas.^ co. Galway, Esq., claiming to be Baron Nugent 
' of Riverston [I],' 1839? signed by 'W. W. Follet/ Solicitor-General 1334-1835, f34t- 
1844, Attorney- General ] 844- 1 845, and 'J. Fleming' {The Complete Pttrage^ vi. 
pp. loS, 109). 


«7S6 IV. ANTHONY (NUGENT), fourth Baron Nugknt of 

'" RiVERSTON^ third but only surviving son and heir, died 1814 j will 
proved loth February 1815 at Dublin* 

1814 V. WILLIAM THOMAS (NUGENT), fifth Ba^om 
~ Nugent OF RivERSTON^ son and heir, born 2gth September 1773- 
About the year 1 839 he claimed that peerage, but the case does 
not appear to have been legally referred. He died 6th Septem- 
ber 185 1. 


Nugent of R/verston, son and heir, born ist November 1805- 
'' On I St May 1871 he succeeded his distant cousin, George 
Thomas John (Nugent), first Marquis of Westmeath [I], as ninth 
Earl of Westmeath (1621) and twenty -third Baron Delvin 
(i 17s or 1486) [I], and established his right thereto in the House 
of Lords on 7th July following. He died 12th May 1879. 


OF Wi^STMEATH, twenty-fourth Barqn Delvin, and seventh 

' ^ Baron Nugent of Riverston, eldest son and heir, born 28th 
November 1832, died 31st May 1883. 


Earl of Westmeath. twenty-fifth Baron Delvin, and eighth 
Baron Nugent of R/ferston [1], born nth January 1870^ 
succeeded his father 31st May 18S3. 



O'BRIEN. Baronet [I]. 

I. JOHN O'BRIEN or OBRVAN was appointed by James 
HI and VIII, on rjth October 1717, a Colonel of foot, and on 19th 
January 1723 he was created by the same King a Knight and 
Baronet\\\. On 2!st July 1733 he was appointed Minister at 
the Court of Paris* 

O'CALLAGHAN, Earl of [I]. 

17 I. [ J O'CALLAGHAN is sometimes said to have 

been created by James 111 and viii Earl 0*Callachan. 


O'GARA, Baronet [I]* 

I. Lieutenant-Colonel OLIVER O'GARA. M.P. for co. 
Sligo, 1689, was Colonel of a regiment of infantry with which 
be was present at the battle of Aughrim, 1 2th J uly 1 69 1 . He was 
afterwards appointed to be one of the hostages on the part of 
the Irish for the safe return from France of the Williamite ships 
by which the Irish troops were conveyed there pursuant to the 
Treaty of Limerick. He was released March 1692 and pro- 
ceeded to France, where he was appointed Lieutenant-Colonel 
of the Kings regiment of Foot Guards under Colonel WilUam 
Dorington and afterwards Colonel of the Queen's dragoons. 
On 2nd May 1727 he was created by James in and vin a Kmcsr 
and Bayonet [I], with remainder to the heirs-male of his body. 
He married the Hon. Mary, widow of Richard Fleming of 
Staholmock and daughter of Randall (Fleming), twenty-first 
Baron of Slane [I], and only child by his first wife Eleanor, 
daughter of Sir Richard Barnewall, second Baronet [I]. He 
had issue ; — * 

1. John Patrick O'Gara, baptized at St. Germains 25th 

October 1692, entered the Spanish service and died 
with the rank of Brigadier. 

2. James Oliver O'Gara, baptized at St. Germains 15th 
December 1694, Colonel of the regiment of Hibernia 
in Spain* 

3. [ ] O'Gara, Lieu ten ant- Col on el of the regi- 
ment of Irlandia in Spain, greatly distinguished him- 
self at the battle of Veletri in Italy 1743, for which 
he was made a Commander of the Spanish Order of 

4. Charles O'Gara, baptized at St, Germains i6th July 
1699,^ having for godfather King James 11 and vii. 
He entered the service of Leopold, Duke of Lorraine, 


' S« O'Callaghan's History offhe Irish Brigade, first edition, i. pp, 163-165, 

' ' Ce jourd'htii, sixi^me juiUct, 1699, a ^ttf baptist dans la ChapcJle du Chateau- Vid 
' de ce lieu, par M. I'Abbt^ Ronchyt AumBnier du Koi «t de la Reine d'Angleterre, 

* Cliarles, n^ en lejjUime mariage, le quartirii&me du present mois, fils d'Otivier CGara, 
' Colonel Irlandoiset de Matie FlatninE^ ses pcre et mtre, le parrain Ir^s-baut et trfes 
'' puissant Prince, Jacques second Roi d'Angleteire, qui a sign^, en-prcsence ct du 

* const: nte men! de Maitre Michel Trinity, Pretre Vicaire de ceite Parois^e, lequel a 

* apporld les saintes huiles, rev^tu d'^tole et de surplJs, sign^ J. R., P. Ronchy, S. B, 

* Tclkriey, Trinity, Vicairc' {IMii.). 



by whom he was appointed First Equerry to his two 
sons ; and when the eldest was elected emperor, 
13th September 1745, be was created by him an 
Imperial Councillor of State and Chamberlain and 
Grand Master of the Household to his sister the 
Princess Elizabeth Theresa. He was afterwards 
created a Count of the Holv Roman Empire and 
Knight of the Golden Fleece, and died s.p, in 
opulent circumstances in Brussels, the end of 1775 
or the beginning of 1776.^ 
Marie O'Gara, baptized at St, Germains 24th October 



Theophilus Oglethorpe of Westbrook Place, Godalming, Knight,^ 
M*P», Major-General and First Equerry to King James n and 
VII, by Eleanor Wall of Tipperary, was born about 16S2 ; 
succeeded his elder brother Louis at Westbrook^ ^704; M.P. 
for Haslemere, 1708- 17 15/4. Lost the election that year, and 
being unsuccessful in a petition, he retired to tbe Continent. 
After spending some time in Ghent and Bruges he retired to 
Messina in 17 14. After that he went to Paris, and was, 20th 
December 17 17, by King James in and vni, probably in recog- 
nition of his father's services, created Baron Ocletnorpe of 
Oglethorpe [E], with remainder to the heirs-male of his body, 
whom failing to James Oglethorpe, his brother, and the heirs- 
male of his body- He died, unmarried, in France about 1737 
and before 1738. 

Oglethorpe of Ocletborpe^ brother and heir of the preceding. 

■ In Burke's Exiinct Peerages, 1883, p. 217, however, Mary Fleming is said (o have 
bad by her second husband a son, ChaHes, who died unmamed 1785,. 

* Sir Theophilus was the son of SuUon Oglethorpe, who was sequestered by ihe 
Parliament for his loyalty lo King Charlcs,and fined /aojOtxi. He remained loyal to 
King James and was engaged with Sir Johti Fenwick in Ihe North. In 1692 a warrant 
was issued for his arrest, but he managed to escape to France, After the Peace of 
Ryswick^ however, he returned, and was M.P. for Haslemere 1698.1702. He had nine 
chitdrcn, five s&ns and four daughters, who were all devoted Jacobites. See an article 
entitled 'The Loyal Oglethorpes' by A[lice] S[hield] in The Royalist^ \x. pp. 41-45. 



born in London 22nd December 1696, and baptized the next day 
at St Martin s in the Field ; matriculated at Corpus Christi 
College, Oxford, 8th July 1714; entered the British army, 1710; 
was Aide-de-Camp to Lord Peterborough and on his staff of 
Embassy to Italy in 1717; succeeded his elder brother, Theo- 
philus, then in exile, at Westbrook, 17 18. One of the most 
distinguished of English philanthropists, M.P. for HaslemerCt 
1722-1754. He acted with the Jacobite Tories who supported 
Bishop Atterbury, and made his maiden speech in the House 
against the attainder of Bishop Atterbury, 1723;* exerted himself 
in the crusade agamst the horrible English gaols, 1728-1729. 
He founded the colony of Georgia, 1732, and governed it, 1732- 
1743, retaining, however, his seat in Parliament, passing back- 
wards and forwards on several occasions. In 1736 he took the 
Wesleys up, 'whom he loved for their enthusiasm, though their 
* intolerant temper led to ructions and parting.' In 1744 he was 
appointed, under Lord Stair, to oppose the expected French 
invasion. In 1745 he served in Wade's army, but fell under 
suspicion of corresponding with the Prince and of lingering 
on the road when ordered to pursue the retreating army from 
Derby. He was arrested at Godalming, tried by court-martial, 
and acquitted. He married, 15th September 1743, Elizabeth, 
only surviving daughter of Sir Nathan Wright, second Baronet 
[G BJ, by his fourth wife, Abigail, daughter of Samuel Trist of 
Culworth, Northampton, with whom he acquired the estate of 
Cranham^ co. Essex. He died at Cranham, ist July 1785, when 
his honours became extinct. His widow, who raised a handsome 
monument to his memory in Cranham Church, died 36th October 
1787, and was buried with him. 

[? OGLETHORPE], Countess of [I]. 

I.ANNE HENRIETTA OGLETHORPE, eldest daughter 172a 
of Sir Theophilus Oglethorpe of Westbrook Place, Godalming, ~ 
Knight, by Eleanor Wall, and sister of the first Baron Ogle- ^' ^^* 
TfionPB [E], was born between 1680/1 and 168^, and was on the 
Revolution sent with her sister Eleanor (afterwards wife of 
Eugene Maurice de B^thesy. Marquis of Mezieres [FJ) to 
France to be brought up at St. Germains as a Catholic. In 1704 
she returned to England without a pass, and was consequently 

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arrested, which led to her connection with Harley. On tst May 
1 707 she appeared at the Court of the Queen's Bench, charged 
with high treason, for trepanning Frances Shaftoe into France 
and trying to force her into the Catholic Church. She was 'con- 
' tinued upon her recognisances' and appeared again, 37th May, 
but was discharged by Anne's order, 14th June. On Harley's 
fall she returned to Paris, and appears to have been attached to 
the household of the Duchess of Portsmouth. On 6th October 
1722 she was, by James in and vm, created Cou:^tess of 
[} Oglethorpe] [I], *as a special mark of his Royal favour.' 
She returned to England some time before 1736, and lived at 
the town house and at Godalmlng, deep in the plots that went on 
so busily, until 1754, at least. In 1752 she is said to have con- 
cealed the Prince at Westbrook for some time. She was living 
in 1774, an old lady of ninety -one. There is no register of her 
death at Godalming or at St. James's, Piccadilly, where other 
members of the family were buried. 

OLIPHANT, Baron [S]. 

I. LAURENCE OLIPHANT, Laird of Gask, Perthshire, 
son and heir of James Oliphant of the same, by Janet, daughter 
of the Rev. Anthony Murray of Woodend, Perthshire, born 
about 1692; was sent by his father in 1715 to join Lord 
Mar, and received a commission as Lieutenant in the Perth- 
shire (Lord Rollo's) regiment of horse, 2nd October 1715. 
He was present at the battle of Sherllifmuir, 13th November 
1715^ and was one of the adjutants to the garrison of Scone 
during the residence there of King James in and viii. He 
succeeded his father 1732, and continued to reside at Gask until 
the arrival of Prince Charles in 1 745, when he joined him at Blair 
Athole. Wis tenants, however, refused to take up arms, and he 
laid an inhibition on their cornfields, which was removed by the 
Prince Regent on his arrival at Gask. On the advance into 
England he was sent back to Perth to undertake, with Lord 
Strathallan, the civil and military government of the North. He 
was present with his son at Falkirk and Culloden, and after 
remaining in hiding for some six months he succeeded in obtain- 
ing a passage to Sweden, where he landed, 10th October 1746, 
passing from thence to France, He was attainted, and Gask was 
seized and sold by the Government, but in 1753 was purchased 


by some friends and presented to him. On the death of Francis 
(Oliphant), seventh Lord Oliphant [S], 19th September 1748, 
he laid claim to that title,^ which, however, was assumed by 
Charles Oliphant of Langton. This Charles Oliphant died s,p, 
3rd June 1751. when he appears to have become, if not before, 
dc jure eleventh or twelfth Baron Oliphant [S]. On 14th July 
1760 he was, by James iir and viii, created ^ Baron Oupnant [S], 

' In May 1751 he appears to have petitioned King James for formal reccfKnition as 
Lord Oliphant, as on Sth June of that year Edgar wrole lo him from Albanoas follows : — 

' I havf received the letter you arc pleased lo write to me of the 3rd May,^ and have 
■ done myself the honour to lay it before the King, In relurn Iq which H.M. Com- 
' mands me to tell you that as he does full justice to you and your Family's ratrits and 
' sufferings, and has a particular value and esteem for yourself, it would be a pleasure 
' to him to enter into what you propose, and do what would be agreeable to you, 
' in relation to the Tittle you claim of Lord Oliphant H.M. does not doubt from 
' what you say on that head but that you may have a good right to that Tittle, But 
' still as that may happen to be disputeable^ if H.M. were to acknowledge you u 
' Lord Oliphant, it could not be but in conformity to the Laws and Customs of our 
' Country, Saho jure cu jus-libel ^^r^A if contravcrted, a Parliament could only determitie 
' that matter, H.M. however under this restriction, will not oppose, if you should have 
' a great mind for it, your assuming the Tittle of Lord Oliphant. But H.M. thinks the 
' present not a proper time for anybody to assume Tittles of Honor, and therefore he 

* is of opinion it would be proper to delay doing it, unless you have strong motives, to 
' the contrary, and such as may tend to your real advantages. You will see by this how 
' much H.M, is inclined to favor you^ and in writing it lo you he directs me lo make 
' you a kind compliment in hia name. 

*A5 to the Priority of Resignation of the Honors you have in your custody, it is 
' a strong evidence in your behalf, but I do not see it can be of any use to you at 
' present, for I don't find that there has ever been any snch Resignation made 
' in H. M.'s hands, or in those of the King his Father^s, since the Revolution, and 

* without a. presedenc one would not know how to go about an affair of that kindf 

* Besides that, all Resignations before the Revolution must by Law have been made in 
the Resigner's lifetime, for the Act of Parhament (and a good one it i^} for Resignations 

* being ma^de after the Resignex's death was, 1 think, in the Prince of Orange's time, 
' and uatil that Act be confirmed by lawfuU authority, which no doubt it will he, 
' H.M. Cannot receive such a Resignation.'— See Kington-Oliphant'syafrS^/rt Zuj-yrfj 
if Gask, p. 556. 

' The preamble sets forth :— 

'Whereas we are fully sens^ible of the constant duty and attachment of out trusty 
' and well-beloved Laurence Oliphant of Ga&k and of his family towards us, of which 
' they have given Us many and distinguished proofs, and in consequence of which the 
' said Laurence and his son are both attainted by the present usurpation : And on this 
' occasion it having been represented to us, that the title of Lord Oliphant was 

* originally conferred on the representative of that family by King James the third of 
' our ancient kingdom of Scotland, which continued in it till the time of our royal 
' grandfather. King Charles the first, when the only daughter and child of the then Lord 
' Oliphant married Mr. Douglas, a son of the Earl of Angus, who was thereupon 
' created Lord Mordington ; with the precedency due to the Lord Oliphant ; and at 
' the same time our royal grandfather created Patrick Oliphant, the heir-male of that 

* fanaily^ Lord Oliphant, and to the heirs-male of his body, which are all now esiinci, 
' whose grandson Patrick Oliphant, Lord Oliphant, made a procutatory of resignation 

* of that title and honour in favor of the late James Oliphant of Cask, father of the said 
' Laurence, which procuratory never having been completed, the said title and honor is 


with rcamndtr to the beirvmak of his body, wboin fajl&ag to the 
hetr»-fiuile of the body of James Olipbant, his faibcr* aod with 
precedency of the Barony of Oltphant, granted by Charies i in 
1 63 J to Patrick Oliphani:, and resigned in i"ii by his grandson 
in favour of the said James Oliphanc, father of the said Laurence. 
He wa» permitted to return to Scotland in 1763, and died at 
Ok»k early in 1767, being btiried in the kirkyard there. He 
married, 26sh September tyig, the Lady Amelia Anne Sophia, 
Mccond daughter of William (Murray), first EARL^n6. second Baron 
Nalrnc [S]. She was born about 1699 and died at Gask t8th 
March r774. He had issue: — 

i. Laurence Oliphant, Master of OuPHAfrr, his heir. 

2, Hon. Margaret Oliphant, married in Perth, June 1748, 

PctcF Gra;mc of Inchbraikie, Captain of the Scots 
Brigade in the Dutch service. 

3, Hon. Janet Oliphant, married in the Swedish Chapel 

at Paris, 1st January 1758, 5/^ William Macgregor 
Drumniond of Balhaldies, second Baf:one^\^\ Chief 
of the Macgregors, and had issue. She died Friday, 
8th December 1758, and was buried nth December 
In the Protestant burial-ground in Paris, near the 
Port de St. Martin. 

|[. LAURENCE (OLIPHANT), second Bason Ouphant, 
■on and heir of the preceding, born at Williamstoun 25th May 
1734; joined the Jacobite forces with his father, and was Aide- 
de-lVimp to Prince Charles at the battle of Presionpans. He was 
with his fulhrr at Palkirk and Culloden, and escaped with him, 
October i74f>. He refused to apply for a pardon, and continued 
to retidc abuud until 1763, when he returned with his father, 
whom he succe<\lcfl four years later. He remained loyal to 
(ho Stuarts to the end, and never accepted nor recognised the 
tlanovcrUn Government. He died at Gask, ist January 1792, 
Aiul wuH buried there. He had married at Versailles, 29th May/ 
Qthjutte '755* MAt^rwrt .:ghtcr of ^/jc Duncan Robertson 

« ^ww kh« ^Ut* ¥l (M 9MIM MW % Mr 

•nvctbe nMLmcBce Ottpbani, 
^.nu A spcdal Bsifc of DOT royal 

H •j'm^Mm mk ya^ lad ifce heizs-aulc 
r flf L4t4 Oi^laat. w«h the ptendeacr 

m^ aMdBstkefi>st,la 


of Struan, second Baronet, by the Lady May, fourth daughter 
of William (Nairne), first Earl and second Lord Nairne [S], 
she being then aged fifteen years and a half and be thirty-one. 
She died at Cask, 4th November 1774, They had issue: — 

1. Laurence Oliphant, Master of Oliphant, born in 

London 27th September 1756, died young. 

2. Laurence Oliphant, Master of Oufhant, his heir. 

5. Hon. Charles Oliphant, born at Cask, and baptized 9th 
June 1772 ; died 1797. 

4. Hon. Marjory Ann Mary Oliphant, born at Gask 

22nd October 1763* baptized at Muthil ; married 
Dr. Alexander Stewart of Bonskied. 

5. Hon. Amelia Oliphant, born at Gask 1765 j married 

Charles Stewart of Dalguise, and had issue. 

6. Hon. Carolina Oliphant^ born at Gask i6th August 

176G, and named after the King;^ the poetess, 'the 
' noblest Oliphant of them all.' She married, June 
1806, William {Nairne), third Earl of and fifth 
Baron Nairne [S], and died at Gask, 27th October 
1845, aged seventy-nine, leaving issue. 

7. Hon. Margaret Oliphant, born at Gask 1770; married 

Alexander Keith of Ravelston. 

III. LAURENCE (OLIPHANT), third Ba^n Oliphant, 
son and heir of the preceding, born at Gask June 1768 ; succeeded 
his father, ist January 1792. In 1794 he joined the Perthshire 
Light Dragoons, and the following year (29th May) was ap- 
pointed Captain in the Perthshire regiment of Fencibles. He 
died at Paris, 3rd July 1819,* and was buried in P^re la Chaise. 
He married Christian Robertson, heiress of Ardblair in Perthshire, 
daughter of Dr. Robertson, sometime surgeon in the Scottish 
Brigade in the Dutch service. He had issue : — 

r. Laurence Oliphant, Master of Olipnant, his heir. 

2, Hon. James Blair Oliphant, successor to his brother. 

3. Hon. Rachel Oliphant, born at Edinburgh, 27tb January 

1797;^ died unmarried 1864. 

* Her birih is set down io a list gf births aod deaths, reachiag from 1668 to 1774^ 
in her father's hand : 'Cafolina, after the King, at Gask, Aug, 16th, 1766* {Jacobite 
Lairds cf Gask). ' Scots Magassine^ N.S., v, p. loo. 

* For the dates relating to the children of the yd Lord Oliftkant, which are taken 
from the family Bible at Gask, the Editor is indebted to Mrs. Gregson-EHis, it^e 
Kingto a- 01 i pban t . 




4. Hotf. Margaret Oliphant, born at Gask 21st August 
1799; married, 26thMay 1830, Thomas Kington, Esq., 
of Charlton House, Somerset^ who died 1857. She 
died 1839. having had a family of three sons and one 
daughter, of whom the eldest was the late Thomas 
Laurence KIngton-OHphant of Gask, J.P.> DX. 

5. Hon. Christian Oliphant, born at Gask, 12th October 
iSoO; died unmarried, aSth June 1830, 

6. Hoii, Harriet Oliphant, born at Gask, 20th November 

1801 ; died there, August 1822. 

7. Hon. Amelia Oliphant, born at Gask, 22nd December 

1802 ; died there^ October 1820. 

8. Hon. Caroline Oliphant, born at Gask, i6th January 
1807; died unmarried, 9th February 1831 ; buried at 


IV. LAURENCE (OLIPHANT), fourth Baron Oliphant, 
elder son and heir of the preceding, born at Gask 6th May 1798 ; 
succeeded his father 3rd July 1819, and died unmarried 31st 
December 1S24. 

V. JAMES BLAIR (OLIPHANT), fifth Baron Oliphant, 
brother and next heir of the preceding, was born at Christian 
Bank, near Edinburgh, 3rd March 1804; succeeded his brother, 
31st December 1824; was a J.P, and D, L, for co, Perth, and was, 
i8th August 1839, served heir*male of Francis, tenth Lord 
Oliphant [S]. He married, 20th October 1840, Henrietta, 
daughterandheirof James Gillespie Graham ofOrchill, co. Perth. 
She died December 1886. He died s.p. at Leamington, 7th 
December 1847, and was buried in the chapel at Gask, when the 
whole of the male issue of James Oliphant of Gask, father of 
the first Baron Ouphani of the 1760 creation, became extinct, 
as did the Barony. 

O'ROURKE, Baron' [I]. 

1727 I. OWEN O'ROURKE of Carha, co. Leitrim, was on 24th 

May 1727 created by King James in and vm Baron O'Roi/ra'^e 

' In ihc warrant appoinling Le Situr Smidt agi^Tit to ihe Tribunal of the Council 
of Bohemia, dated 6th May 174 r, memion is made of 'Earl O'ROUBKE,' our Minister 
and Plenipotentiary at the Court of Vienna, but as nd mention of his h.iving been 
created an Ear! occurs in the new patent of the Viscounty of Breffney, given him July 
1742, this is probably a mistake. 


ofCarha, CO. Leitrim. On 31st July 1731 he was further 
created Viscount of Breffsey m Connaught [I]. See ' Bseff- 
jfEV,' ViscouNn 

0*SULLIVAN, Baronet [IJ 

I. JOHN WILLIAM O^SULLlVAN, of the O'SuUivans 
of Munster, born in co. Kerry 1700; educated in Paris for the 
Catholic priesthood, and entered the French army under Marshal 
Maillabois, with whom he served in Corsica, 1739, and after- 
wards in Italy on the Rhine ; and about 1744 was admitted to the 
Household of the young Prince of Wales, to whom he was 
appointed Adjutant-General. He landed with him at Lochna- 
nuagh, 5th August 1745, and through the whole campaign he 
remained his chief adviser in both civil and military affairs. He 
commanded with Cameron of Lochiel the nine hundred High- 
landers who captured Edinburgh, i6th September, and became 
the leader of what was known 33 the Irish Party. He was 
Quartermaster- General of the Prince's army, and the mutual 
jealousy between him and Lord George Murray led to constant 
recriminations. After Culloden he was one of the small retinue 
whom the Prince chose to accompany him in his wanderings, 
and he remained with him until the Prince's escape with Flora 
MacDonald. He then managed to escape, ist October 1746, 
to France in a French cutter under Captain Dumont, and he 
immediately proceeded to Versailles, to urge forward means for 
the Prince's safety. He was khighted by King James between 
rgth December 1746 and 17th April 1747.^ He is said to have 
previously been created by the Prince Regent Duke of Munster 
[IJ* On 9th May 1753 he was, as 'Sir John O'Sullivan, knighted 

* some years ago for his attachment to us and his services to 

* Charles, Prince of Wales,' created by James iii and viii a 

' On 19th December 1746 Prince Charles writes to his father at Rome : 'O'Sullivan 
' showed me ihe letter Your Majesty did him the honour to write him. 1 cannot let 

* slip this occasion to do him justic:e> by saying I really think he deserves Your 
■ Majesty's favour'; to which the Kine replies, 17th April 4747^ sayiriE that he had 
ma^e him a Knight at H.R,H.'s request and against hi& 'present rule,' adding that for 
the present he has desired O'Sullivan not to niention his Knighthood. 

' Mr. O'Sullivan \i.e. Sir John Louis, fifth and last Biirane!] wnies : 'I have been 

* told by an Irish gentleman' (he afterwards gave his name as Samuel Daly Laulctree, 
his brother-in-law), ' who claimed to know, that Charles Edward (who was Regent for 

* his father James) conferred on General O'Sullivan the title of Uuke ow Munster.' 
Ex infomt. R. T. Nichol, to whom and to Mi^. John Louis Sullivan the Author is 
indchLed for the account tfiven above of Sir John O'Sullivan 's descendants. 


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/Cjv/cffT and Ba/^onst [I], whh remainder to the heirs-male of 
his body. He married Louisa, daughter of Thomas FitzGerald 
by Louisa O'Connor. 

Baronet^ only son and heir. He was an officer in the Irish 
Brigade in the French service, but having horsewhipped his 
superior officer, the notorious Paul Jones, he fled to America 
and entered the British service under Sir Henry Clinton at New 
York. He served through the American Wa.r until the con- 
clusion of peace in 1783, when he entered the Dutch service, in 
which he continued till his death in Holland, 1S24. He married 
first, in New York, Mary, daughter of Thomas M'Cready, by his 
wife, Barbara, daughter of [ ] Miller. He married 

secondly, about 18 18 or 1820, Mademoiselle Adriane des Fortes, 
who died s.p. about 1833. He had issue a son and daughter: — 

1. SfR John William Thomas Gerald, his heir. 

2. Barbara O'Sullivan. 

O'SULLIVAN, third Baronet, only son and heir. He was 
educated at Montreal and settled in the United States, becoming 
a naturalised American citizen. He was U.S. ConsuJ-General 
to the Barbary States, and perished in a shipwreck in May 1825. 
He married Mary, daughter of the Rev. Samuel Rowley of 
Bower End and Fenton Vivian, co. Salop, and had issue : — 

1. Sir William, his heir, 

2. SrR John Louis, successor to his brother. 

3. Thomas Samuel O'Sullivan, married 1844 Mary 

Lamed, daughter of [ ] Allen, and had 

issue two sons, Herbert and Lewis, who died in 
infancy. He died s.p. November 1855. 

4. Charles Herbert FitzGerald O'Sullivan, died unmarried 

May 1846. 

5. Mary Juana O'Sullivan, married Cristoval Madan, died 

April 1S67. 

6. Adelaide O'Sullivan, sometime Superior of the House 

of Discalced Carmelites in Guatemala as Mother 
Adelaide, whence she and her nuns were expelled in 
1872 by President Barrios. They finally settled at 
Leon in Spain, where she died, 1893* 


IV. ^/^ WfLLFAM O'SULLlVANJounh BAj?oN£r,e\de&i 
son and heir, succeeded his father 1825. A Lieutenant in the 
U.S. navy. He died unmarried, the man-of-war on which he 
sailed from New York never being heard of again. 

V. S/ff JOHN LOUIS O'SULLIVAN, fifth Baronet, 
brother and heir, born at Gibraltar November 1S13; educated 
at Sori^e; France, and Westminster School ; was for some time 
(1854- 1 858) American Minister at Lisbon. He died i.p. in New 
York, 24th March 1895, when the Baronetcy, together with any 
other title which may have been conferred on his ancestor, the 
first Baronet^ became extinct. He married, 21st October 1846, 
Susan, daughter of Dr. John Kearny Rodgers of New York, by 
his wife, Mary Ridgeley, daughter of Captain John Ridgeley 
Nicholson of Baltimore. Lady 0* Sullivan sv^ survives. 



PERTH, Duke of [S]. 

I. JAMES (DRUMMOND), fourth Earl of Perth (1605), 
seventh Lord Drummond (1488) [S], eldest son and heir of 
James (Drummond), third Earl of Perth, by Lady Anne, daughter 
of George (Gordon), second Marquis of Huntly [S], born 1648; 
educated at St. Andrews ; succeeded his father 2nd June, and 
was served heir to him ist October 1675; P.C. 1678; Justice- 
General and an extra Lord of Session, i6th November 1682; 
High Chancellor [S], 16S4-1688; K.T. (being one of the eight 
original Knights of that Order), 29th May 1687. He is said to 
have had a novodamus, 17th December 1687, (on resignation) of 
his dignities, creating him Earl of Perth^ Lord Drummond, 
Stobhall, and Montefex [S], with remainder, failing heirs-male 
of his and of his brothers body, to the heirs-male of the second 
Earl. On the Revolution he was imprisoned for four years at 
Kirkcaldy and Stirling, but was released on warrant, 4th August 
1693, °" condition of leaving the kingdom under a penalty of 
^5000. He joined the exiled King at St. Germains, by whom 
he was, on 19th August 1696, appointed Governor to the young 
Prince of Wales, and by whose testamentary directions* he was» 

^ See Thf Compute Peetagt, vi. p. 236. Other dales given for this creation are 
i6g2, 1695, nnd 169&, 

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before 17th October 1701,' created by James hi and vin Duke 
OF Pefth^ Marquis of Drummond^ Earl of Stobhall^ Viscount 
Carqill, and Baron Concraig [S], with remainder to his heirs- 
male whatsoever. He was confirmed In his appointment as 
Governor of the King by the Queen- Regent, 17th October 1701, 
and on 14th February 1703 he was made a Gentleman of the 
Bedchamber; A'.6^., 21st June 1706. In 1701 he was recognised 
as a Duke in France by Louis xiv. He was afterwards Cham- 
berlain to Queen Mary of Modena, and Is said to have been 
created a Knight of the Golden Fleece by the King of Spain. 
He died at St. Germains, nth May 17 16, aged sixty-eight, and 
was buried in the Scots Chapel at Paris.' He married first. iSth 
January 1670, Lady Jane, daughter of William (Douglas), first 
Marquis of Douglas [S], by his second wife, Lady Mary, daughter 
of George (Gordon), first Marquis of Huntly [S]. He married, 
secondly, Lilias, Dowager-Countess of Tullibardine [S], daughter 
of Sir James Drummond of Machany. She died about 1685. 
He married thirdly, the same year, Lady Mary, widow of Adam 
Urquhart, daughter of Lewis (Gordon), third Marquis of Huntly 
[S], by Mary, daughter of Sir John Grant of Freuchie. She, 
who was made a Lady of the Bedchamber in Ordinary to Queen 
Mary of Modena, 30th October 1701, died 13th March 1726, in 
her eightieth year, her heart being buried with her husband. 


H. JAMES (DRUMMOND). second Duke of Perth, son 
and heir by first wife, born about 1674; educated at the Scots 
College in Paris. He accompanied King James to Ireland in 
1689, and afterwards joined Lord Mar in 171 5. He escaped to 
France with King James, 6th February, and was attainted 17th 
February 17 16. K.T.^ *as Marquis of Drummond,' March 1705, 
and Master of the Horse. He succeeded his father irth May 
1716, but in consequence of his attainder he was not recognised 
by the Government. He died at Paris, ryth April i7?o. aged 
forty-six» and was buried in the Scots College aforesaid. He 
married (contract dated 5th August 1706) Lady Jean, daughter 
of George (Gordon), first Duke of Gordon [S], by Lady Eliza- 
beth, daughter of Henry (Howard), sixth Duke of Norfolk [EJ 
She, who was imprisoned in Edinburgh Castle from February to 

' A warrant of this date is addressed to him g.5 t>u1ce of Perth. 
" See Coil. Top. et Gift., vii. pp. 32 42, for inscriptions ia the Scots College at 



November 1746 for her part in the *45, died at Stobhall, 30th 
January 1773, aged about ninety. 

III. JAMES (DRUMMOND). third Duke of Perth, elder 
son and heir, born at Drummond Castle 1 ith May 1713; educated 
at the Scots College at Douay, and afterwards at Paris, He suc- 
ceeded his father^ 17th April 1720, having previously, under a 
disposition executed by his fatherj sStb August 1713, become 
possessed of the family estates. He was one of the seven who 
in 1740 formed the Association for the Restoration of the House 
of Stuart, and he took a prominent part in the '45. He was 
badly wounded at the battle of Culloden, and died unmarried on 
board the French frigate La Bellone, 13th May 1746, on his 
thirty-third birthday, and was buried at sea. He was attainted, 
under the name of * James Drummond, taking upon himself the 
' title of Duke of Perth,' by Act of Parliament 1745, unless he 
surrendered on or before 12th July 1746, but died before the 
latter dale as aforesaid 


IV. JOHN (DRUMMOND), fourth Duk'e of Perth, etc., 
only brother and heir, born about 1716; educated at Douay; 
was Colonel of the Scots Royal Regiment in the French service. 
He brought his regiment to Scotland in 1745, and served with 
it throughout the campaign. After Culloden he made his escape 
to France. He was attainted 12th July 1746. He afterwards 
served under Marshal Saxe, and died unmarried of a fever 
contracted at the siege of Bergen-op-Zoom in 1747, and was 
buried in the Chapel of the English Nuns at Antwerp. 


V. JOHN (DRUMMOND). fifth Duk-e of Perth, etc., 
uncle of the half-blood and heir-male, being son of the first Duke 
by his second wife. He was born about 1680^ and died s.p. at 
Edinburgh, 27th October 1757, being buried in Holyrood 


VL EDWARD (DRUMMOND), sixth Duke of Perth, 
etc., brother of the half-blood and heir-male, being son of the 
first Duke by his third wife. He was born about 1690, and died 
s.p. at Paris, 7th February 1760, when the whole of the male 
issue of the first Duke and fourth Earl became extinct. 



VII. JAMES (LUNDIN, afterwardii (1760) DRUM- 
MOND), seventh DuKB and tenth Earl of Perth, cousin and 
heir-male, being son and heir of Robert Lundin of Lundin, Fife, 
by Anne, daughter of Sir James Inglis of Cramond, which 
Robert was the eldest son of John (Drummond), first Duk's of 
Melfout, K.G., K.T. (by his first wife), who was younger brother 
to the first Duke of Perth. He was born 6th November 1707 ; 
succeeded hts elder brother, John Lundin, 9th October 1735, in 
the estate of Lundin, and his second cousin, Edward, sixth DUfCR 
OF Perth, as Duke and Earl of Perth, but only assumed the 
latter title. He died at Stobhall, 18th July 1781, aged seventy- 
four, and was buried at Innerpeffray. 

eighth Duke and eleventh Earl of Perth, but did not assume 
either title, third and youngest, but only surviving son and heir, 
was born at Lundin House 12th February 1744; obtained the 
restoration of the estates forfeited In 1745, in 17S3, and on 26th 
October 1797; was created by George 111 Lord Perth, Baron 
Drummond of Stobhall, co. Perth [OB]. He died s.p.m.s. at 
Drummond Castle, 2nd July 1800, when his Barony [G B] 
became extinct. He was buried at Innerpeffray. 

IX. JAMES LEWIS (DRUMMOND), ninth Duke and 
twelfth Earl of Perth, also fourth Duke of Melfort^ cousin and 
heir-male, being son and heir of James, third Duke of Melfort^ 
who was son and heir of John, second Duke of Melfort, younger 
son (by his second wife) of John, first Duke of AfELFORTt which 
John was only brother to James, first Duke of Perth. He was 
born about 1750, and succeeded his cousin as above, 2nd July 
iSoo. He died s.p, at Lepe in Spain, September 1800. 

Duke of Perth and fifth Duke of Melfort, next brother and 
heir. He was born ist January 1752, and died unmarried at 
Rome, 9th April 1840, 

XI. GEORGE (DRUMMOND). eleventh /?^>ri'£?/-/'^A'7-jy. 
Marquis of Drummond, Earl of Stobhall, Viscount Cargill^ 
3.nd Baron CoNCRAfG (lyoi), fourteenth Earl ov Perth (1605), 
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sixth Duke of Melfort, Marquis of Fouth, Earl of Isla and 


G ALSTON (1694), Earl of Melfoht, Viscount of Forth, Lord 
Drummond or Riccartoun, Castlematns, and Gilstoun (1686 
and 1688), and Viscount or Melfort and Lord Drummond of 
Gilstoun (1685), seventeenth Lord Drummond (1488) [all S], 
and sixth Baron Cleworth (1689) [E]» also sixth Duke of 
Melfort (1701), seventh Count of Lussan (c. 1628), and Baron 
of Valrose ( ? ) [all F], nephew and heir-male, being only 
surviving son and heir of Lord Leon Maurice Drummond, by 
Marie Elizabeth Luce de Longuemarrc, which Lord Leon was 
fourth and youngest son of James, third Dure of Melfort ^\>o\^- 
named. He was born 6th May 1807, and baptized at St. Mary- 
A lebone ; succeeded his uncle 9th April 1840; established his 
right to his French titles in 1841; and, having obtained the 
reversal of the attainders of his ancestor, 28th June 1853, was 
on 19th July following declared to be entitled to all the pre- 
Revolution peerages of his family. He died j./.j.w. 28th February 
1902, when the Earldom of Melfort and minor titles conferred 
with it [S], and the County of Lussan [F], devolved on his only 
surviving daughter ; the Dukedom of Melfort and its minor 
titles [S], and the Dukedom of Melfort [F], and the Baronv of 
Clbworth [E], became extinct ; and the Dukedom of Perth 
(1701). the Earldom of Perth (1605) {together with their minor 
titles), and the Barony of Drummond, passed to his heJr-male as 

Duke of Perth, Marquis of Drummond, Earl of Stosnall, 
Viscount Carg/ll, and Baron Concraig (1701), fourteenth 
Earl of Perth (1605), eighteenth Lord Drummond (1488), 
also eleventh Viscount Strathallan (16S6), and Baron Drum- 
mond of Cromlix (1686), and fourteenth Lord Maderty (1609) 
[all S], cousin and heir-male* being the elder son and heir of James 
David (Drummond), tenth Viscount Strathallan, who was the 
heir-male of James (Drummond)^ first Lord Maderty, the second 
son (but the only one whose issue then survived) of David, 
second Lord Drummond^ which David was. through his elder 
son, Patrick, third Lord Drummond, the grandfather of the first 
Earl of Perth. He was born 5th August 1871, succeeded his 
father as Viscount Strathallan, etc., sth December 1893, and his 




cousin as Earl and Duke of Perth, etc., but has not assun^ed 
either of those latter titles. 

PORTLAND, Earl of [E]. 

L Sir EDWARD HERBERT, third and youngest son of 
Sir Edward Herbert, Lord Keeper of the Great Seal to Charles ii 
(1653- 1 654), by Margaret, widow of the Hon. Thomas Carey, 
daughter of Sir Thomas Smith, Master of the Requests, born 
about 1648 ; scholar of Winchester aged thirteen, i66i ; Pro- 
bationer fellow of New College^ Oxford, August 1665; B.A., 
2ist April 1669; entered the Middle Temple and called to the 
Bar, K.C, [I], 31st July 1677 ; Chief-Justice of Chester, 25th 
October 1683; knighted at Whitehall, toth February 16S4 ; 
Attorney-General to the Duke of York and Albany, January 
1684/5, and on the latter's accession, 6th February following, to 
the Queen; M.P. for Ludlow, 15th April 1685; P.O. [E], i6th 
October 1685; Chief-Justice of the King's Bench [E], 23rd 
October 1685, and of the Common Pleas, April 1687, On the 
Revolution he remained loyal to his King, whom he accompanied 
to France and afterwards to Ireland; P.C. [I], April i68g. He 
was included in the Bill of Attainder, which however lapsed, 
owing to the early prorogation of Parliament ; but his estates 
were confiscated and given to his brother Arthur, who, having 
espoused the opposite side, had been created Earl of Torrington 
by William of Orange. On the King's return to St. Germains 
he was created Earl of Portland [E], and appointed Lord 
Chancellor [EJ He died 5./. at St Germains, November 

POWIS, Duke of [E]. 

1689 I. WILLIAM (HERBERT), third Baron Powis of Pow!s7 

CO, Montgomery (1639), and second Baronet (1622) [E], only 

^^^ son and heir of Percy (Herbert), second Baron Powis, by Eliza* 
beth, sister (and in her issue co-heir) of William (Craven), first 
Earl of Craven [E], eldest surviving daughter of Sir William 
Craven, Lord Mayor of London; born 1617 ; succeeded his father 
19th January 1667; and on 4th April 1674 was created by Charles 11 

* DicHcnary of National Biography. 


Earl of Powis, co. Montgomery [E]. He was arrested (25th 
October), together with his wife, on suspicion of being concerned 
in the alleged Popish Plot, and was imprisoned in the Tower, 
1679-1684. By James 11 and vii he was, 17th July 1686, made 
a P. C. and on 24th March 1687 created Viscount Montgomery 
and Marquis of Powis [E]. On the Revolution he remained 
loyal to King James; was outlawed 9th October i68g, and was 
one of those exempted from the Act of Indemnity of 1690. He 
had previously, 12th January 1689,' been created by James 
Marquis of Montgomery and Duke of Powis [E], by whom 
he was also made a P. C. [I J and in 1690 Lord Chamberlain of 
the Household, K.G. 19th April 1692, and a Commissioner of 
the Household 24th December 1694 and 24th December 1695. 
He died at St, Germains-en- Laye and June 1696, and was buried 
there.^ He married, 2nd August 1654, at St. Giles'-in-the-Field, 
Lady Elizabeth* younger daughter of Edward (Somerset), second 
Marquis of Worcester [E], by his first wife, Elizabeth, daughter 
of Sir William Dormer. She was governess to the children of 
King James, June 1688-March 1691. She died at St. Germains- 
en-Laye, i ith March 1691, and was buried there. 

H. WILLIAM (HERBERT), second Duke of Poms, 
only son and heir, born about 1666; styled, after 1689 to 1696, 
Marquis of Montgomery \ Colonel of a regiment of foot, 1687. 
After the Revolution he was imprisoned in the Tower from May 
to November 1689, and on his release he followed King James 
to France, rewards being offered for his apprehension in i6go 
and 1696. Colonel of a regiment of horse, 'to be raised in 
' England,' joth March 1692. He succeeded his father 2nd June 
1 696, and was outlawed December following ; and being arrested, 
was again imprisoned in the Tower till June 1697, He was 
again arrested in 1715, but after the failure of that rising he 
made his peace with the Government, and was allowed to take 

' This is the date given in the memoir of him in the Dictionary of NaHomtl 
liiffgrapky, bul the patent is not among the Siuarl Papers. There is, however, a warrant 
to htm A-i Lord Chamberlain of the Household on the 1st June 16S9, in which be is 
styled Dtite 0/ P&ivis, 

^ Macauiay says of htm that he fras 'a !sin<-ere Roman Catholic, ^nd yet generally 
' altowed by candid Protestants to be an honest man and a good Eitgii&hman,' and 
that be * was an eminent member of the British aristocracy, and his countrymen 
' disliked him as little as they disliked any conspicuous Papist.' Quoted in TAt 
CompiiU Peeragt^ vi. p. 196. 


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his seat in the House of Lords as Marquis of Powis, 8th October 
1722, He died at Hendon, Middlesex, 22nd October 1745, and 
was buried there on 28th of that month. He married, about 
1695, Mary, eldest surviving daughterand co-heir of Sir Thomas 
Preston of Furness, third Baronet [E], by the Hon. Mary, 
daughter of Caryll (Molyneux), third Viscount Molyneux of 
Maryborough [I]. She died 8th January 1724, and was buried 
at Hendon on the i ith. 

Ill, WILLFAM (HERBERT), thir^i DuA'E oj^ PoH^/s, etc., 
elder son and heir^ born about 1698 ; succeeded his father 22nd 
October 1745 ; and died unmarried Sth March 1748, aged about 
fifty, when all his honours became extinct. He was buried at 
Hendon 15th March following.^ 


RAMSAY, Baronet [S]. 

Military Order of St. Lazarus in France, and Governor of the 
King's nephew, the Prince of Turenne, was on the 23rd March 
1735 created by King James iii and vin a Kmcnr 3.nd BAifONET 
[S], with remainder to the heirs-male of his body. 

RANNOCH, Duke of [S]. 

I. WILLIAM (MURRAY), third Marquis of Atholl. 
Earl of Tullibarpine, Viscount of Balquhidder, Lord 
Murray, Balvanv, and Gask (1676), fourth Earl of Atholl 
(1629), seventh Earl of Tullibardine (1606), and Lord 
Murray of Tullieardine (1604), also (possibly) second Duke 
OF Atholl, Marquis of Tullibardine, Earl of Strathtav 
and Strathardle, Viscount of Balwhidder, Glenalmond^ and 
Glenlvon, and Lord Murray, Balvenie, and Gask^ all in 
Perthshire {1703) [S], generally styled Marquis of TuUibardine, 
second but elder surviving son and heir of John (Murray), first 
Duke (1703) and second Marquis (1676) of Atholl, by his first 

1 His only brother, Lord Edward Herbert, married, 7th July 1734, Lady Henrittta 
Waldegrave, and died the November following, leaving a posthumous, daughter 
Barbara, who married, 20th March 1751, Henry Arthur (Herbert), (who had some 
three years previously, viz. 27th May 1743, h<rcn created) Enrl of Fowis [C B]. 


wife, Lady Katharine, daughter of William (Douglas, afterwards 
Hamilton), first Duke of Hamilton [S], born about 1688, and 
was for some time in the navy. He was one of the first to join 
Lord Mar in 1715, and he was consequently attainted the follow- 
ing year, but managed to escape to France, On ist February 
1717 he was, as * William, Marquis of Tullybardin/^ created 
by James III and vrii a Duke and Peer of Parliament as'* 
Duke of Rannocii, Marquis of Blair, Earl of Glen Tilt, 
Viscount of Glehshie, and Loifi> Strathbran [S], with 
remainder to his heirs-male. In 1719 he landed in the north 
of Scotland with a Spanish force* but after the battle of Glen- 
shiel, 1 8th June 17 19, he was again obliged to retire to France, 
a reward of /"aooo being offered for his capture. On 26th June 
1721 he was made by King James Lord High Admiral of 
Scotland, On the death of his father^ 14th November 1724, 
he assumed the title of Duke of AthoU, and (though this was 
a creation of Anne's) was acknowledged as such by King James.^ 
The family titles were, however, also assumed, in accordance 
with an Act of Parliament of 1715, by his next younger brother, 
Lord James Murray* On the ist February 1736 he also became 
de jure Sovereign of the Isle of Man and fifth Baron Strange 
(1628) [E], though these titles and estates were also taken pos- 
session of by his brother. After remaining in exile for upwards 
of twenty-six years he was one of the seven who accompanied 
Prince Charles to Scotland in July 1745, and it was he who, 
'tottering with age and infirmities and supported by an attendant 
*on each side,' unfurled the royal standard at Glenfinnan on igth 
August 1745. After the battle of Culloden he surrendered him- 
self, 27th April 1746, and was committed a prisoner to the Tower 
on 2 ist June, being then very ill. He died unmarried there 
gth July following, aged fifty-eight, and was buried in the chapel 
of the Tower. On his death all his honours devolved on his 
next brother, as under. 

H. JAMES (MURRAY), second Duke of Hannoch, etc. 
(1717), also second or third Duke OF Atholl (1703), etc, next 

' It will be observed that on this occasion James, contrary to his invariable custom, 
recognises a post-Revolution creation. 

' The titles which are left blank in the Waitam Book are taken from the Duke 
of Aiholl's privately" printed AtkpU Chronicles. 

^ See note t. U it possible that the flrst Duke obtained a confirniation of his 
Dukedom from King James? 




brother and heir, born about 1690, and on his father's death, 14th 
November 1724, assumed the family honours, to which, however, 
he did not become de jure entitled until the death of his elder 
brother, 9th July 1746, when he also became second Duk'R of 
RAifNocH, etc. He died s.p.m, 8th January 1764, at Dunkeld, 
when the Barony of Strange (1628) [E] devolved on his only 
daughter^ and his other honours passed to his nephew. 

III. JOHN (MURRAY), third Dua-e of^ RA/fNocs, Duke 
OF Atholl, etc., nephew and heir-male, being son and heir of 
Lord George Murray (Lieutenant-General of the forces under 
the Prince Regent :n 1745- 1746), by Amelia, only surviving 
daughter and heir of James Murray of Glencarse, was born 
6th May 1729, and died at Dunkeld 5th November 1774. 

IV. JOHN (MURRAY), fourth Duf^s of Rannoch, Duke 
OF Atholl. etc., eldest son and heir, born 30th June 1755, suc- 
ceeded his father 5th November 1774, and his mother, as Baron 
Strange [E], 13th October 1805. On iSth August 1786 he 
was created by George ni Baron Murray of Stanley, co. 
Gloucester, and Earl Strange [G B]. K.T., 4th April 1800. 
He died 29th September 1830. 

1830 V. JOHN (MURRAY), fifth Dufcs of RAmocH, Duke op 

Atholl, etc., son and heir, born 26th June 1778, and died 

' ** unmarried 14th September 1846. 


- (MURRAY), sixth Duke of Rannqch, Duke of Atholl. etc., 

^ ^ nephew and heir, being son and heir of James (Murray), first 
Lord Glenlyon (1821) [U K], who was second son of the fourth 
Duke of Atholl, was born 20th September 1814, and died at 
Blair Castle i6lh January 1864, and was buried in the church 
there on the 25th. 


afterwards (1865) STEWART-MURRAY), seventh Duke of 
RANi>rocH, Marquis of Blair, Earl of Glei^ Tilt, Viscount 
OF Glenshie, and Lord Strathbran {171?), seventh or eighth 
Duke of Atholl, Marquis of Tullibardike, Earl of Strath- 
TAY and Strathardle, Viscount of Balwhidder^ Glenalmond, 



and Glenlvon, and Lord Murray, Balvenie, and Gask (1703), 
ninth Marquis of Atholl, Earl of Tullibakdine, Viscount 
OF Balquhidder. Lord Murray, Balvany, and Gask (1676), 
tenth Earl of Atholl (1629), thirteenth Earl of Tullibardine 
(1606), and Lord Murray of Tullibardine (1604) [S], fourth 
Earl Strange and Baron Murray of Stanley (17S6) [G B], 
eleventh Baron Strange (1628) [E], sixth Baron Percy (1722) 
[G B], and second Baron Glenlyon (1821) [U K], only son 
and heir, born 6th August 1840; succeeded his father i6th 
January 1864, and his maternal uncle, Algernon (Percy), fourth 
Duke of Northumberland [G B], as Lord Percy, 12th February 

REDMOND, Baronet [E]. 

^^^ I. Sir peter REDMOND, Knight of the Order of Christ. 
^^ was on 20th December 1717 created a Knight and Baronet 
I [E], with remainder to the heirs-male of his body. On 15th 

I December 1721 he was further created Baron \REDMONt>\ [I]. 

I See that title. 

[REDMOND], Baron [I]. 

L Sir PETER REDMOND, Knight of the Order of Christ, 
was on 20th December 17 17 created by James ni and viii a 
Knight and Baronet [E]. By the same King he was, isi 
January 17 18,' appointed Consul-General for Portugal, and on 
I5lh December 1721 created Baron \_Redmond\ [I], with re- 
mainder to the heirs-male of his body» He was probably dead 
s,p,m. before 26th March 1732. He married Anne, daughter of 
[ ] Parker, and had issue : — 

1. Elizabeth Bridget Redmond, 

2. Francis Catharine Julia Redmond, 

3. Anne Marie Xaviere Redmond, 

4. Josepha Marie de Jesus Redmond, 

all living 26th March 1732, when they had a declaration of their 

' On 3nd November 171S James wrote of him to Ormande as follows; ' I find that 
' one Sr Peter Redtnonii hath a. great vocation to be my man in those pans (Spain). 

* I am sure I never promised him he should be so, a.tid Cho' I think few people moie 

* honest I know few more unfitt^ a.11 thingis considered, for such a nice business.' 





RICKERTON, Viscount of [S]. 

i,e, * RicjCERTON^ Viscounty of (Drummond), created 17th 
April 1692, with ' Melfqrt,' Dukedom of, which see. 

RIVERSTON, Baron [I]. 
i.e. * Nugent OF RivEiiSTO!^' which see. 




I. ALEXANDER ROBERTSON of Struan, thirteenth 
Chief of Clan Robertson, second but eldest surviving son and 
heir of Alexander Robertson of the same^ by his second wife, 
Marion, daughter of General BailJie of Letham, born about 1670, 
educated at St. Andrews University, and succeeded his father 
1687. On the Revolution he left St. Andrews University/ and 
joined Dundee, for which he was attainted 1690, and his estates 
confiscated. He escaped to France, where he remained till the 
accession of Anne, from whom in 1703 he obtained a pardon, 
when he returned to Scotland.^ He Joined Lord Mar with his 
clan in 1 715, and was taken prisoner at the battle of Sheriffmuir, 
16th September 1715, but escaped on the way to Edinburgh by 
the assistance of his sister, and once more fled to France, being 
again attainted by Act of Parliament in 1716. In 1725 he is 
said to have been created* by James in and vin a Kmcnr and 

^ This was much against the wish of his mother, who, in order to dcler him from 
carrying out his purpose, wrote as follows in a letter to the Robertsons dated front 
Carie, 35th May 1689 ; ' Gentlemen, tho' you have no kindness for my son,' the clan had 
some doubts as to her share in the death of her step-son, the heir of Stnian, 'yet for 
' God's sake have it for the laird of Stronan. He is going to Badenoch just now ; for 
Christ's sake come in all haste and stop him, for he will not be advised by me' {Hist. 
MSS. Com. i2tk Rep. part viii. p. 37). 

' The Dulce of Perth wrote of him in 1705, ; ' He has ever been scrupulously loyal to 
^ the Jacobite cause, and since his return to his ov^n country, would never take any oath 
' or meddle with those that now g-ovem ' {Hookas Correspondence:, p. 228). 

^ See an article on Jacobite creations by F. A. Lumbye, in Tke Whirlwind, 
27th December 1890, ii. p. 205, etc There appears, however, to be no record of this 
creation among the S/iiari Papers, but on the JOth May 1725 there is a warrant creating 
Alexander R&berison of FascaUy a Baronet fSj This appears remarkable, for while 
Slruan was one of the most trusted and devoted of James's adherents, the name of 
Fa really appears quite unknown. It is of course possible that both Struan and Fiscally 
were creaied Baronets, the omission of Struan's Baronetcy from the Wartapt Books 
having no significante, several other titles, of the creation of which there is abundant 
evidence, being similarly omilled. 



BAXO//^sr{S']t with remainder to his heirs-male. He returned to 
Scotland in 1731, and in 1745 he for a third time took up arms 
for the House of Stuart, and joined Prince Charles, being present 
(as a spectator) at the battle of Prestonpans. In consequence of 
his age, being then upwards of seventy-five, he did not join in 
the advance into England, but returned home, and thus escaped 
fresh attainder. He died at Cane in Rannoch, iSth April 1749, 
aged eighty-one, and was buried in the family tomb at Struan. 
He was a poei of some note.^ 

II. S//t DUNCAN ROBERTSON [second Baxcj^et], 
cousin and next heirmale, being the elder son of Alexander Robert- 
son, son and heir of John Robertson, son and heir of Duncan 
Robertson, all of Drumachine, which Duncan was the third son (but 
the eldest whose issue then survived} of Robert Robertson, tenth 
Baron of Struan, who through his eldest son and heir was the 
great-grandfather of the first Baronet. He succeeded his cousin 
as above 18th April 1749, but on the pretext that he had not 
been included by name in the last Act of Indemnity he was 
dispossessed and his estates seized by the Crown, 1 752* He died 
He married the Lady May, fourth daughter of 
William (Nairne), first Earl of NairnB [SJ by the Hon. Mar- 
garet, only daughter and heir of Robert (Nairne), first Lord 
Nairne [S]. He had issue : — 

1. Sir Alexander, his heir. 

2. Walter Philip Collyer Robertson, died unmarried i8t8, 

3. Margaret Robertson, married at Versailles, agth May/ 
9th June 1755, Laurence (Oliphant), second Lord 
Ouphant\^'\ and died at Gask 4th November 1774, 
aged thirty-four, leaving issue. 


HI. Sir ALEXANDER ROBERTSON [third Baronet\ 17 
elder son and heir, a Colonel in the army. He obtained the " 
restoration of his estates in 17S4, and died unmarried 1822. 

Baronet^ cousin and next heir-male, being the son and heir of 
Duncan Robertson, second son of Robert Bane Robertson, son 
and heir of Donald Robertson, who was second son (but the elder 



^ DUii^nary of National Biography. 



whose male issue then, 1822, survived) of Duncan Robertson of 
Drumachine, third son of Robert Robertson, tenth Baron of Struan 
above named. He succeeded his cousin as above, 1822, and was 
infeft in the barony of Struan by Crown Charter, 23rd June 1S24. 
He died 20th March 1830- He married, first, Mary, daughter of 
William Best of Mansfield, co. York, by whom he had issue two 
sons. He married, secondly, Jean, daug^hter of Gilbert Stewart 
of Fincastle, by whom he had further issue : — 

I. S//1 George Duncan, his heir. 

2* Francis Robertson, lost at sea, unmarried. 

3. S/J? Alexander Gilbert [seventh Baronet^. 

4* Robert Joseph Robertson. 

Baronet], e\dGS,t son and heir, born 29th April 1766; a Major- 
General in the army, C, B., Knight of the Austrian Order of 
Leopold; died ist July 1S42. He married, 31st May 1799, Anne, 
daughter of James Outhwaite of Richmondj co. York. She died 
and December 186S. He had issue: — 

1. SrR George Duncan, his heir. 

2. Mary Anne Robertson, married William Jenkins of 

Struan Grove, and died 1849, leaving issue three 

3. Frances Robertson, died unmarried 185 1. 

Baronet], only son and heir, born 26th July 1816 ; J.P. co, Perth, 
Lieutenant 42nd Highlanders; died s.p. 3rd April 1864, He 
married, 3rd April 1839, Mary Stuart, daughter of Major Archi- 
bald Mensies of Avondale, Stirlingshire. 

[seventh Baronet\ uncle and next heir-male, born 6th March 
1805, succeeded his nephew 3rd April 1864, and died i6th 
October 1S84, He married, January 1863, Charlotte Wilhelmina, 
daughter of [ ] Hofifman. He had issue : — 

I. Sir Alexander Stewart, his heir. 
3. Duncan Robertson, born nth September 1867, died 

3. jean Rosine Robertson, born 7th September 1865. 



ROBERTSON [eighth Baroj^et], twentieth Baron of Struan, 
Perthshire, and Chief of Clan Robertson, styled ' Struan Robert- 
' son,' Captain West of Scotland Artillery, born 6th November 
1863, succeeded his father i6th October 1S84/ 



rL ALEXANDER ROBERTSON of Fascally, co. Perth, 
n and heir of Alexander Robertson of the same,^ succeeded his 
father March 1712, and was on the loth May 1725 created' by 
James m and viii a Kmcnr and Baroiiet [S], with remainder to 

I his heirs-male. He died in 1732. 
IL Sir GEORGE ROBERTSON of Fascally. second 
Baronet^ son and heir, succeeded his father in 1732, On the 
retreat of the Jacobite army from Stirling in February 1746 he 
and his kinsman, James Robertson of Blairfetty, raised one 
hundred and forty men, and with ' seven pieces of brass cannon 
' and four covered waggons ' joined Prince Charles at Perth. He 
served himself heir to his father in 1764, probably in order to 
make up his title to the estates with a view of selling, as they 

1 Burke's Landed Gantry, 1900. 

' Sir James Balfour Paul, Lyon King', has most kindly supplied the Editor with the 
following notes regarding this branch of the Robertsons, taken from ihe Register of 
the Great Seal and the Retours : — 

A-LEXAN[DER RoBEKi^ON OF Stkuan and Elizabeth Stewart had a chaner of 
Fascally and other lands, 24th January 1504/5. 

Alexander Robertson or Fascally and Isobel Hay, his wife, had a charter 
of Fascally on his own resi^ation, i6th February 1533/4, and another of Dysart^ 
1st May 1543. 

He was succeeded by GEORGE Robertson, who in 1557 seems to have sold 
Fascally ^ he married Christian. Oliphant. 

His son, Alexander, bought back., or more likely redeemed, Fascally, 8lh 
November 1599 ; he married Egidia Oliphant. 

GEORGE, their son^ got a charter of Fascally, 6lh February l6iri lo himself and 
his wife, Elizabeth Lundy, He died s.p- and perhaps ^'ji,, and was succeeded by 
his brother, 

Duncan, who was served hetr to him, 6th December 161 5. He had a soo) or 
possibly a brother, who succeeded him. 
Robert : he had a son. 

ALF.XANDER, wEio was scrv(^d heir to his father in 1&71, and recorded his arms 
in the Lyon Register in or about [672. He died in March 1712, and was suc- 
ceeded by hi'& son ALexandcr, created a Baronet as above. 
' See note 3, p. 156. 





were disposed of about 1770 to the Duke of AthoII and Butter 
of Pitlochry. He is said to have been the last of the direct male 
line ^ of Fascally. 

ROCHFORD, Earl of [E], 

i.e. ' RocHFonD,* Earldom of {¥\\.T^ixa%ss)y created 13th January 
1696, with 'Albemarle^ DuiCEDOM op^ which see. 

ROMNEY, Baxon of [EJ. 

«>. * RoMSEY* Barohty of (Fitzjames), created ijih January 
1696, with ^ Alb&starle^ Dukedom of^ which see. 

RONCHI, Baronet [E]. 

171S I. JOSEPH RONCHI, was on i4th July 1715 created' a 

Kmc/fr and Baronet [E] by James iii and viii, with remainder 
to the heirs-male of his body. 

RONCHI, Baronet [E]. 

1722 I. JOSEPH RONCHI, was on 5th October 1722 created 

by James iii and vni a KmcHT^ [ ? and BARONEf\ [E], with 
remainder to the heirs-male of his body. 

' J. A. Robftrtson, The Earldom of Atkoll^ p. 63. 

> Tbr patent is endorsed : * Copy made 2 Au^. 1 735, by Felix Ronchi, with ailesta(io& 
' that it is 3 true copy by Louis Riva/ Several Ronchis are mentioned in the Stuari 
Pafiers : Don Oiacomo Ronchi is mentioned, January 1694, as having been Almoner to 
Queen Mary since her arrival at St, Germains, and his brother Don Pellegrino with 
having served her for many years, when together with another brother, Don Pielro 
Ronchi, priest of St. Vincent and Anasiasia, in the diocese of BologTia, they are rrcom. 
mended by her to Cardinal Cibo. In the same letter the Queen mentions that their 
family have been long attached to her service. A John Ronchi was appointed a 
GemJeman Usher of the Presence to KinK James, 17th October 1701. 

* The words are : ' La dignitif et le titrc de Chevalier de notre royaume d'Angleterre 

* pour s'en approprier la qaalite et pour enjouer par tuy et par les hoirs males de son corps 
' legitimement nes avcc lous honeurs, priveleges et advantages y apparlcmenl.* The 
warrant is endorsed : 'This was copied from the original in June 1756. The Ronchis 

* requesting a duplicate of it, and as it has not been entered in the Boolcs that Is now 
' done.' See Warrant Book^ iv. p. 149. 



ROSBERRY, Baron [I], 

i.e. * RosBERRY,' Barony of (Sarsfield), created January 1691, 
with * Luc AN,' Earldom of, which see. 

RUTLEDGE, Baronet [I] 

I. WALTER RUTLEDGE, 'armateur/ of Dunkirk, son of 
James Rulledge, Esq,, of the family of Rutledge of the province 
of Connaught, by Juliana, daughter of Sir Thomas Blake, Knight 
Baronet [I], had on 5th July 1745 a declaration of his noblesse 
from King James in and viii, and on 23rd December 1748 was 
created by the same King for his services to Charles, Prince of 
Wales, a Kn/ght ^nd ^^^^^^^^^[I], with remainder to the heirs- 
male of his body. 


ST. ANDREWS, Duke of [S], 

L DON JOSEPH (de BOZAS), Count of Casteldlanco 
[Spain], Knight of the Order of Alcantara, an active Jacobite^ 
who was much engaged in the attempts to restore the Stuarts in 
1715-1716,* was on 4th February 1717 created by King James 
iir and viii a Duke and Peer of Parliament as Duke Castle- 
BLANCO and Duke of St. Andrews^ Marquis of Borland, Earl 
OF FoRDAN^ Viscount of the Bass, and Lord L>iyRON[^S^, with 
remainder to his heirs-male. He died . He 

married, first, Lady Mary, second daughter of John (Drummond), 
first Duke of Melfort [S and F], by his second wife, Euphemia, 
daughter of Sir Thomas Wallace of Craigie, a Lord of Session 
(1671-1680). She died 5>p. 1713. He married, secondly (by 
dispensation from the Pope), Lady Frances, third daughter of 
John, Duke of Melfort above named, and sister to his first 
wife. She died 1726. He had issue \— 

I . [ ], Marquis of Borland, his heir. 

' Bolingbroke speaks of bim as ' a Spaniard who married a daughter of Lord 
* Melfort, and who under ihat lUlc set up for a meddler in English business.' See 
Scottish History Society Publications, vol. xU. p. r45. According to Stair the money 
for the expedicion to Scotland in 1719 was found by him (SuirtoCraggs, 7th May r7r9, 
Siate Papers, Foreign, France, 353). 

X 161 




2. Lady [ ] de Bozas, married, first, M. de 
Campillo, Prime Minister to Philip v. King of Spain ; 
and secondly^ Lord Peter Fitzjames, Knight of 
Malta, Admiral of Spain. 

3. Lady Margaret de Bozas, married a Spanish grandee.* 

II. [ ] (de BOZAS), second Duke Castleblanco 

and Duke of Sn And/^eivs, etc. [S], also Count of Castel- 
ulanco [Spain]. He married a Spanish heiress, and had issue.^ 


SEAFORTH, Marquis of [S]. 

L KENNETH (MACKENZIE), fourth Earl OF Seaforti? 
(1623), and fifth Lokd Mackenzie of Kintail (1609) [S], elder 
son and heir of Kenneth Mackenzie, third Earl of Seaforth, by 
Isabella, sister of George (Mackenzie), first Earl of Cromarty [S], 
third daughter of Sir John Mackenzie, first Baronet [S] ; succeeded 
his father December 1678; P.C. [S], 1685; K.T. (being one 
of the eight original Knights of that Order), 29th May i6^y. 
He remained loyal to King James, whom he followed to France. 
He took part in the campaign of 1689 in Ireland, and was created 
Marquis of Seafomts and Ea^l (? Viscount or Lokd) Fort- 
rose [S],' about 1690. In 1690 he returned to Scotland and 
raised his clan, but after the defeat of Buchan at Cromdale, ist 
May 1690, he submitted and surrendered to Hugh Mackay^ 
alleging that he had merely taken up arms for the sake of appear- 
ances, and had never any real Intention of joining Buchan.' He 
was, however, kept prisoner till ist March 1697, when he was 
allowed to return to France. He died in Paris January 1701. 
He married Lady Frances, daughter of William (Herbert), first 
Duke of Powis [E], by Lady Elizabeth, daughter of Edward 
(Somerset), second Marquis of Worcester [E]. She, who was 
styled* 'Duchess' of Seaforth, died in Paris i6th December 

' Burke's Bxtind Peerage, 1883, article Drummond, Duke of Melfort, p. rSo. 

* G- E. C.^, referring lo the courtiesy title used by his son, &ays : ' It is not known 
' why the style of Fqrtrose was assumed instead of that of "Mackeniie" or *■ KintaiL" 
' There was apparently neither a Viscounty nor a Barony of the name of Fortroae or 
' Mackentie of Fortrose vested in his father.' It was, however, without doubt an 
Earldom or Viscounty conferred by King James with the Marquisate of Seaforth. 

^ Dictionary of National Bh^aphy. 

' Sec Tht Complete Petrage^ vii. p. 98. 


n. WILLIAM (MACKENZIE), second MAj?Q[//sojrS£A- 
FORTB, etc., elder son and heir, succeeded his father January 
1701, and joined Lord Mar, at the head of over three thousand 
men, in August 1715. He was present at Shenffmutr, i6th Sep- 
tember 1715, and was afterwards appointed Lieutenant- General 
of the Northern Counties [S]. He made an attempt to capture 
Inverness, but being unsuccessful, he passed over to Lewis, and 
afterwards escaped to France, reaching St. Germains February 
J716. He was attainted* 7th May 1716, whereby all his honours 
were considered as forfeited, and his estates were seized by the 
Crown. He returned to Scotland in 1719, and at the head of 
his clan joined the Spanish force landed that year under the 
Earl Marischal : but being desperately wounded at the battle of 
Glenshiels, loth June 1719, he once more fled to France. In 
1725 he made arrangements with his followers for paying their 
future rent to the Government, and on 12th July 1726 he was 
discharged from the penalties of execution or imprisonment, 
being by Act of Parliament 1736 further restored to personal 
immunities.^ He returned to Scotland and died in the island of 
Lewis, 8ih January 1740, and was buried in the chapel of Ui 
there. He married) 22nd April 1715* Mary, daughter and heiress 
of Nicholas Kennet of Coxhow, co. Northumberland. She died 
in Paris August 1739. 


HI, KENNETH (MACKENZIE), third Marquis of 
Seafortu, etc., son and heir, born about 171S, styled Lord 
F'oRTRosE. In 1745 he declined to join the Prince Regent, and 
actively supported the existing Government. M.P. for Inver- 
ness, 1741-1747, and for Ross-shire, 1747-1761. He died in 
Grosvenor Square, iSth October 1761, and was buried on the 
32nd in Westminster Abbey. He married, i ith September 1741, 
Lady Mary, eldest daughter of .Alexander (Stewart), sixth Earl 
of Galloway [S], by Lady Anne, younger daughter of William 
(Keith), ninth Earl Marischal [S]. She died 10th April 1751, 
and W£ts buried at Kensington on the i8tL 


IV. KENNETH (MACKENZIE), fourth Marquis of ,761 
SMAFORTfff etc., only son and heir, born at Edinburgh 15th 
January 1744; succeeded his father i8th October 1761, and on '^^' 

' r/ie CompieU Purage, vii. p, 98. 



iSth November 1766 was created by George in Baron Ardelve 
and Viscount Fortrose, both in co, Wicklow [1], and subse- 
quently, 3rd December 1771^ Earl of Seaforth [i]. He died on his passage with his regiment to the East Indies, 
August i78i» when his Irish honours became extinct. 

MACKENZIE-HUMBERSTON), fifth Marquis of Seaforth, 
etc., cousin and next heir-male, being elder son and heir of Major 
William Mackenzie, by Mary, only daughter of Matthew Hum- 
berston of Humberston, co. Lincoln, which William was only 
son to Lord Alexander Mackenzie, younger son of the first 
Marquis or Seaforth. He succeeded his father, 12th March 
1770^ and his cousin as above, August 1781. He died unmarried 
in the East Indies, 30th April 1783, from the effect of a wound 
received in a naval engagement with the Mahrattas. 

Marquis (i6go) and ninth Earl (1623) OF SEAFORTH, sixth 
Earl of (?) Fortrose (1690), and tenth Lord Mackenzie of 
KiNTAiL (1609), only brother and heir, born gth June 1754; 
succeeded his brother 30th April J 783, and was created, 26th 
October 1797, by George tii, Lord Seaforth, Baron Mackenzie 
OF KiNTAiL, Ross-shire [G B]. He died s.p.m.s. nth January 
1815, when his peerage of Great Britain became extinct, as did 
possibly also the Marquisate of Seaforth,^ while the Earldom 
of Seaforth and the Barony of Mackenzie of Kintail [S] (both of 
which were under attainder) became dormant. 

SEMPILL, Baron [8} 

»7 I. ROBERT SEMPim son and heir of the Hon. Archi- 

j--- bald Sempill, who was the fourth son (but the only one whose 
male issue in 171 2 survived) of Hugh (Sempill)j fifth Lord 
Sempill [S], was born 1672 at Sempill Castle," and entered the 
French army as a cadet in the infantry regiment of Normandois 
before 16S8, became Ensign in the Scottish Guards, June J689, 

> There bciog no record of this creation among the Stuart Papers the remainder is 
not known. 

* Statement of services supplied by French Minister of War, 


and C^ptaxTi r^/orm^ in the Irish infantry regiment of Galmoye 
29th June 1708, and was transferred to the Dillon regiment, 15th 
February 1715* in which he was still serving, 27th May 1726. 
On I ith May 171 2, being then a Captain in Lord Galmoye's 
regiment, he had a declaration of his noblesse from King 
James iii and viii» in which he was declared to be the 'sole heir- 

* male of the property and the very ancient title of the said Hugh, 
' Lord Sempill, whose fourth son, Archibald, father of the said 
' Robert, is the only one who left any living male child.' * On i6th 
July 1723 he appears as *Mr. Robert Sempill, Captain of the 

* regiment of Dillon/ but seems after that date to have been 
created by James iii and vrii a Lord and Peer of Parliament as 
Zojpz> Sempill [S]. He died at Paris intestate, Admon. as 
'Robert, Lord Sempill, »/z^ Robert Sempill/* nth November 
1737- He married Elizabeth, daughter of [ ] [ j, 
who survived him. He had issue : — 

1. Hon, Francis Sempill. 

2. Hon, Hugh Sempill. 
3* Hon, George Sempill. 
4. Hon. Henrietta Sempill. 

n. FRANCIS (SEMPILL), second Loud S^^/vii, eldest 
son and heir, being described as such in his father's Admon. 
He was an active Jacobite, 1740- 1745. He died 9th December 
174S, and was buried at St Andrews, Chartres, in France, He 
was probably the Francis Sempill who married Lady Mary, 
widow of the Hon, John Caryll, daughter of Kenneth (Mac- 
kenzie), first Marquis of Seaforth [S], by Lady Frances, 
daughter of William (Herbert), first DukE of Powis [E], She 
was buried at Harting, co. Sussex, i6th April 1740. 


SHERIDAN, Baronet [I]. 

L THOMAS SHERIDAN, only son and heir of Thomas 
Sheridan,^ sometime Private Secretary to James 11 and vii, by, it 

> See p. 306. 

' Tfu Complete Peerage^ vii. p. 1 15. 

' This Thomas Sheridan, the elder, wfks brother to William Sheridan, Bishop of 
Kilmore and Ardag^h 1681/2, deprived by William of Orange for not taking the oaths^ 
both being sons of Denis Sheridan by daughter of [ ] Foster of England, Thomas, 
who was the fourth son, was bora 1646 in the village of St. John's, nearTritn, in Meath ; 
matriculated at Trioity College, Dublin, 17th January 1&60/J ^ B,A. 1664 ; Fellow 1667 ; 



is said, a natural daughter of that King. Was engaged in the 
'15, being sent 27th December 1 715 ' on a mission from the Duke 
of Ormond to Lord Mar. On 17th March 1726 he was created 
by King James a Knight and Bakonet\\\ and about 1739 was 
appointed Governor to the young Prince of Wales, being one of 
the seven who accompanied that Prince to Scotland in July 1745. 
After Culloden he escaped, 4th May 1746, from Arisaig on 
board a French man-of-war and hastened to Rome, where he 
died a few months later, when the Baronetcy became extinct 

SHERLOCK, Baronet [IJ. 

1716 I. Sir peter SHERLOCK, Knight, was on 9th Decem- 

ber 1 716 created by James in and viii a AV/c^t" and Baronet 
[1], with remainder to the heirs-male of his body. 

SLEAT, Baron [S]. 

1716 L Sir DONALD MACDONALD. fourth Baronet [S], 

eldest son and heir of Sir Donald MacDonald, third Baronet, 

' by Lady Mary, second daughter and in her issue sole heir of 

entered the Middle Temple, igih June 1G70 ; Collector of Cwstomsj Cort, 1671 ; Hod. 
D.C.L. Oxford, 6lh August 1677 ; F,R.S. 6th February 1679. Having received some 
favour from the Duke of Yorkj he to show his gratitude Ttsited him when in retirement 
at Brussels In 1679, and on his return was accused of being concerned in the so-called 
Popish Plot and arr«ied, but being shown to be a Protestani, he was released an 
the diss.olutton of Parliament ; Chief Secretary and Coinmisaioner of the Revenue \\\ 
1687. He followed King James into exile: and was appointed his private secretary ; 
Commissioner al the Household, [7th October 1699, 14th Auf^ust 17C0, 6th December 
1701, and 17th May 1709. There \% a good account of him in the Dictionary of 
National Bmgraphy^ where, however, the date of his death is said to be unknown. 
This, however, would appear from the Stuart Papers to hue been shortly before 13th 
November 1713, wh<fD there was an Eigreement before a notary between George 
Magauly, an trishman, captain of the regiment of iJourke, and Matthew Kennedy, LL.D., 
Judge of the Admiralty |[1], as procurator for Thomas Sheridan, for himself, and his 
wards, his sisters Helen and Mary, concerning i3<x) livres due from Thomas Sheridan 
deceased, the father of the said Thomas Sheridan, to the said Magauly or his wife^ of 
which 500 livres were them repaid by Kennedy to Magauly. According to the 
Dictionary of Naiietuil Biography he bad one daughter, wife of Colonel Guillaumc 
Aide-de-camp to William of Orange, but this would appear to be a mistake. 

' When the Duke of Ormond wrote to Lord Mar: "1 refer to the bearer Mr* 
' Sheridene, who will have ihc honour to present this to you, he is a person that has 
' been with me, zealous for the King's Service, and whom I must recommend to your 

* Grace's protection. He has the care of arms and ammunition that I send your 
' Grace, I thought to have made use of them in the West, but bad not an opporttmity, 

* as the bearer will inform your Grace more particularly/ 



Robert (Douglas), tenth Earl of Morton [S]. He joined Lord 
Mar with his clan and was present at the battle of Sheriffmuir, 
1 6th September 1715. and was attainted 7th May followingf. On 
23rd December 17 16 he was created by James rii and viii a Lord 
and Peer of Parliament as Lord (or Slate) [S], with 
remainder to his lawful heirs-male. He died 1718. He married 
Mary, daughter of Donald MacDonald of Castletown. 

n. DONALD (MACDONALD), second Lord Sleat, only 
son and heir. He succeeded his father 1718, and died unmarried 

TIL JAMES (MACDONALD), third Lord Sleat and 
sixth Baronet, uncle and next male heir, being the second son 
of Sir Donald MacDonald, third Baronet. He died 173J* 

IV. ALEXANDER (MACDONALD), fourth Lord Sleat 
and seventh Baronet, elder son and heir. He was one of 
those chiefs who held out promises of support to Prince Charles, 
but upon his arrival in 1745. he declined to join him. He and 
his neighbour, MacLeod of MacLeod, the principal personages 
of the Isle of Skye, both supported the Hanoverian dynasty, and 
it was the defection of these two powerful chiefs that largely 
contributed to the failure of the '45. He died at Bernera> on 
his way to London, 23rd November J 746, aged thirty-five. He 
married first, 5th April 1733, Anne, widow of James (Ogilvy), 
fourth (attainted) Earl of Airlie [S], daughter of David Erskine 
of Dun, CO. Forfar. She died at Edinburgh, 27th November 
1735, aged twenty-seven. He married secondly, at St. Paul's 
Church, Edinburgh, 24th April 1739, Lady Margaret, ninth 
daughter of Alexander (Montgomerie), ninth Earl of Eglinton 
[S], by his third wife Susanna, daughter of Sir Alexander 
Kennedy, first Baronet [S]. She, who was a devoted and 
active Jacobite, died in Welbeck Street, Marylebone, 30th 
March 1799. 

V. JAMES (MACDONALD), fifth Lord Sleat and 
eighth Baronet, elder son and heir. Died unmarried at Rome, 
26th July 1766. 

and ninth Baronet, brother and next heir-male, was on the 17th 



July 1766 created by George m Baron MacDonald of Slate, 
CO. Antrim [I]. He died 12th September 1795* 


seventh Lord Sleat [S], second Baron MacDonald [I], tenth 
Baronet [S]» eldest son and heir, died unmarried 9th June 


1834 Vni, GODFREY (MACDONALD, sometime BOS- 

VILLE), eighth Lord Sleat\S\ third Baron MacDonald [I], 

'^^ eleventh Baronet [S]» brother and heir, born 14th October 
1775, died 13th October 1832. 


~ DONALD), ninth Lord Sleat\^\ fourth Baron MacDonald 
[I], twelfth Baronet [S], eldest son and heir, born i6th March 
1809, died 25th July 1863, 


jg" DONALD), tenth Lord Sl&at [S], fifth Baron MacDonald 

[IJ thirteenth Baronet [S], eldest son and heir, born 2nd 

October 1S49, died December 1874, 

Lord Sleat [S], sixth Baron MacDonald [I], fourteenth 
Baronet [S}, brother and next heir-male, born 9th June 1853/ 

STANLEY, Viscount [S]. 

i.e, 'Stajvlev^' V/scoaNTV of (Naime), created 24th June 
172 J, with ' Nairne,' Earldom of, which see. 

STEWART, Baronet [SJ 

1784 I. Colonel JOHN ROY STEWART, a distinguished 
~ poet and soldier,^ son of Donald Stewart, by his second wife, 

> For a fuller account of this family sec the extant peerages under MacDonald 
of Slate. 

' ' He was generally acknowledged to be one of the best swordsmen of his day. . . . 
' His songs, some of which have been translated by Dr. Roger of Stirlmg, breathe tbe 
^ most deeply rooted hatred to the "Butcher Cumberland"; and he insinuates in 


Barbara^ daughter of John Shaw of Rothiemurchus, and grand- 
son of John Stewart, last Baron of Kincardine,' was born at 
Knock, Kincardine, I7CX3, and was for some time Lieutenant 
and Quartermaster in the Scots Greys, but being engaged in a 
Jacobite plot, he fled to France and entered the French army. In 
1745, however, he returned to Scotland and joined Prince Charles 
at Blair Atholl He raised the Edinburgh regiment, of which 
he was given the command. At Culloden he was wounded in 
both ankles, and after being carried from hiding-place to hiding- 
place, finally escaped to France, where he became one of the 
household of the Prince of Wales, with whom he shared his im- 
prisonment in Paris 1748. He afterwards left the Prince and 
retired to Holland, but eventually rejoined him at Ancona, and 
as his vaUt-de-chambre was one of the five British attendants 
who accompanied him to Rome in January 1766. He shortly 
afterwards was appointed to succeed Sir John Hay as Major- 
Domo of the Household, and after 1768 was the only British 
attendant left with the King. On 4th November 1784 he 
was created' a Baronet [G B]" {sic), with remainder to the 
heirs-male of his body. As major-domo he had a legacy 
from King Charles of ;£"750 a year, but this King Henry ix 
refused to pay, and the matter was finally compromised by 
payment of 1250 scudi per annum. He married an Italian lady 
and had issue. 

II. 5/^[ ] STEWART, second Baronet^ son and i 

heir, a Colonel in the Papal service, was in command of the 
Pope s artillery. 1848.* ' 

STIRLING, Marquis of [SJ 

i.e. ' SrtRLmG* Marquisate of (Erskine), created 22nd 
October 1715, with ' Mar\ Dukedom of, which see. 

^ the most direct terms motives of vile treachery on the pan of Lord George Murray, 
' while the brightest a.iilicip3tioii5 of the return of the Stuarts, and a ju&t retaliation of 
* every wrong, are set forth in the most flowing laii£uagc.' See Highland Legcmisi 
Edinburgh, 1S59. 

' See In tht Shadcnv of Caimgom, by the Rev, W. Forsyth, M.A., D.D., Edinburgh, 

" The patent is printed in Dennistoun's Memoirs 0/ Sir Eeberi Slrange, Appendix iv. 
p. 313. The Rev. John Grant in the Old Stuiisiical Account of A^t-mthj/, 1792, in- 
correctly says that he died in 1752, 

* It Is so in the patent, but titust surely have been an oversight, since the Stuarts 
never recognised the Union. * Dennistoun. 

Y l5q 


STOBHALL, Earl of [SJ 

i.e. ' Stobhall^ Earldom of (Drummond), created before 
17th October 1701, with 'Perth,* Dukedom of» which see. 



STRAFFORD, Duke of [E]. 

I. THOMAS (WENTWORTH), third Baron Rabv (1640' 
and 1641), and fourth Baronet (1611) [E], second but first sur- 
viving son and heir of Sir William Wentworth of Northgate 
Head, in Wakefield, co. York, by Isabella, daughter of Sir Allen 
Apsley. He was born at Standly Hall, and baptized at Wake- 
field 17th September 1675 ; Page of Honour to Queen Mary of 
Modena, 16S5 ; Colonel of the royal regiment of dragoons, 1697- 
1715; Lieutenant- General, 1707; succeeded bis cousin, William 
(Wentworth), second Earl of Strafford [E], as Baron Raby, etc., 
i6th October 1695; Ambassador to the Court of Berlin, 1701- 
171 1, and to the Hague, I7ri-r7i4; P.C. [G B], 1711. Was on 
the 29th June 17 11 created by Anne Viscount Wentworth of 
Wentworth Woodhouse, and of Stainborough and Earl of 
Straffoud^ all in co. York [G B], with remainder to the heirs- 
male of his body, whom failing to his brother, Peter Wentworth, 
and the heirs-male of his body- British Plenipotentiary to the 
Congress of Utrecht, 23rd December 1711 ; K.G., 25th October 
1712; one of the Lords Regent [E], ist August to iSth Sep- 
tember 17 14. On the accession of George i he took no further 
part in public aiifairs, but entered into active correspondence 
with the Jacobite party. On the 4th January 1722 he was 
appointed by King James ni and viii Commander-in-Chief of 
all his forces north of the Humber, and on the following day 
was created by him DuicE of\Strafford\ [E], with remainder to 
the heirs-male of his body. On the 26th May of the same year 
he was further appointed one of the nine Lords Regent^ [E] 
during the King's absence^ In the summer of 1725 he was 
engaged with the Duke of Norti/umberland and Wharton in 
negotiations for a fresh attempt on behalf of the House of 
Stuart He died at Wentworth Castle, 15th November 1739, 
and was buried 2nd December following at Toddington, co. Beds, 

> See p. 4. 


He married, 6th September 171 1, Anne, daughter and heir of Sir 
Henry Johnson of Bradenham^ co. Bucks, and Toddington, co. 
Beds, by his first wife. She died 19th September 1754. 

n, WILLIAM (WENTWORTH), second DufCE of 
{StkaffordI, also Earl of Strafford, etc., only son and heir, 
born shortly before 27lh September 1722; succeeded his father 
15th November 1739, and died s.p. at Wentworth Castle, loth 
March 1791, and was buried at Toddington the 26th of that 
month, when the Dukedom of Stj^affokd became extinct, while 
his other honours devolved on his cousin and heir-male.' 


STRATH BRAN, Baron of [S]. 

ue. ' Stuathbkan,' Baronv 0F{M.\xxxd^y)iCTQ2ti^d ist February 
1717, with ' Rahnoch,^ Dukedom of, which see. 

STRATH-GLASS, Viscount of [S]. 

i.e. 'Strath-Glass,' VrscouNTv of (Eraser), created 14th 
March 1 740, with ' Fkaser,' Dukedom of, which see. 


i,e* ' Stfatherf/ck,' Earldom of (Eraser), created 14th 
March 1740, with ' FraserJ Dukedom of, which see. 

TARBERT, Baron [I]. 

i.e. ' Tar SEAT,' Saa-onv of (Roche), created 1689 or 1690, 
with ' Cahifavahium' Viscounty of, which see. 

TENTERDEN, Earl of [E]. 

I. Sir EDWARD HALES, third Baronet (i6ri) [EJ of i6gz 
Hackington, otherwise St. Stephen's, co. Kent, eldest son and 
- - - 1695 

' The Complete Peerage^ v». p. 263. 




beir of Sir Edward Haks,' secood Barooet of TsBbl*. Kent* 
by Anae. foanb dau^&er and co-bcir of Thomas (WouociK 
second Baron WoCtoo of MaHey [E^ by Mary, dai^bter and 
co-beir of Sir Arthur Tkrockmorton ; educated at Oxford : suc- 
ceeded his father about 1660 shortly after the Rcstorabon, and 
was elected 5(.P. for Queenboroi^b 1661, wbidi he coatinued 
to represent through three Parliaments to i6£i. In November 
1673 be was app<Hntcd Colonel of a regimcDt of foot, and was 
one of the Lords of the Admiralty 1679-1685- On the accession 
of James II and \Ti, he declared himself a Catholic, and was 
formally received into that Church, itth November 1685. being 
one of the Roman Catholic officers who, by the King's dis- 
pensary power (coniirmed, in this case, by the Court of King's 
Bench), were enabled to refuse taking the oath of supremacy. 
He was sworn to the Privy Council, and appointed Deputy- 
Governor of the Cinque Ports and Lieutenant of Dover Castlct 
and in June 1687 Lieutenant of the Tower and Master of the 
Ordnance. He was dismissed from his post at the Tower 
November 1688, but continued devoted to King James and 
remained with him to the last, and was one of the three ' who 
accompanied him. i uh December 2688, when the approach of the 
Dutch army compelled the King to leave London. The vessel 
in which they were* however, being discovered the next day at 
Faversham, Hales was recognised and confined in the court- 
hou^ there ; and on the King's departure for London he was 
conveyed to Maidstone gaol and afterwards to the Tower, where 
he remained a prisoner for a year and a half. On 26th October 
r68g he was brought up to the Bar of the House of Commons 
and ordered to be charged with high treason in being reconciled 
to the Church of Rome. On 31st January 1689/90 he and 
Obadiah Walker, of University College, his former tutor, were 
brought by Habeas Corpus from the Tower to the Bar of the 
King's Bench and were bailed on good security; but both were 
exempted out of the Act of Pardon issued by William of Orange 
23rd May following. Eventually Hales obtained bis discharge, 
2nd June 1690. He proceeded to St. Germains the October 
following, and was by King James (when in exile). 3rd May 
1692, created Baron Hales of Emley, co. Kent, Viscount 

' A leftlauf Royaliftt wbo died in Fiance about 166a 

' The oth«j two were Mr. Sheldon and Mr. Abbadie, Pape of the Backstsiirs 
^Kapin'c History of England, ii, p. 781), #' 



TuNSTALL, and Earl of Tenterden\YI\, with ^ speeiai remainder, 
failing heirs-male of his body, to his brothers John and Charles, 
(both of whom died unmarried) in like manner. In 1694 he 
applied to the Earl of Shrewsbury for permission to return to 
England, but he did not obtain it, and died in France 1695, being 
buried in the Church of St Sulpice in Paris. He 'was scru- 
' pulously just in his dealings, regular in his habits, and remark- 
' ably charitable to those in distress.' By his will, dated July 
1695^ proved April 1708, he bequeathed /"5000 to be disposed 
of according to his instructions by Bishop Bonaventure Giffard 
and Dr. Thomas Witham. He had purchased the house and 
estate of St. Stephen near Canterbury in the reign of Charles n. 
Z.0^^ TfiA'r^A'/j^y/marned (Lie. Vic. Gen. 12th July 1669, he being 
about twenty-four and she about twenty-five) Frances* daughter* 
of Sir Francis Windebank of Oxfordj Secretary of State to 
Charles r, by whom, who died 1693, he had issue:— 

1. Edward Hales, killed 1st July 1690 at the battle of the 

Boyne fighting for King James, unmarried v.p. 

2. John, V/SCOU//T TuNSTALL, his heir. 

3. Hoif. Charles Hales, died unmarried. 

4. Hon. Robert Hales, died unmarried. 

5. Hon. James Hales, died unmarried. 

6. Lady Anne Hales, died unmarried. 

7. Lady Mary Hales, married [ ] Bauwens, Judge 
of the Admiralty at Ostend. 

8. Lady Frances Hales, born about 1673; married first 
(settlement 7th September 1690). Peter (Plunkett). 
fourth Earl of Fingall [1], by whom, who died 24th 
January 1717/18, she had issue. She married secondly, 
July 1719, Stephen Taafe of Dowestown, co, Meath, 
who died soon afterwards ; and thirdly, Patrick Bellew 
(eldest son of Sir John Bellew, second Baronet [1]), 
who died s.p.v.p. 12th June 1720. She died 6th 
August 1749, in her seventy-sixth year at Inchicore 
and was buried at Killeen.' 

9. L^/)r Jane Hales, died unmarried. 

10. ^^^r Elizabeth Hales, died unmarried. 

11. Z.^z>r Catherine Hales, died unmarried. 

12. Lady Clare Hales* married [ J Hussey of 

*■ TAt CompUie Pteraga, iii. p. 3S4. • 





n. JOHN (HALES), second Eakl of TjurTEUDBN^ second 
but eldest surviving son and heir of die preceding, succ^^ed 
his father in 1695, and lived quietly ai St Stephen's, taking 
no part in public affairs. He was offered a Peerage by King 
George i, but Insisted on his right to the titles that had been 
conferred upon his father by King James, with precedence 
according to that creation.* He died at his house of St. Stephen s 
the latter part of December 1744.' He married first, Helen, 
daughter of Sir Richard Bealing of Ireland, Secretary to Kath- 
erine, Queen- Dowager of Charles 11. He married secondly, 
Helen, daughter of Dudley Bagnal of Newry* Ireland. She died 
at Luckly, near Wokingham, Berks, November 1737. He had 
issue by his first wife two sons and a daughter, and by his 
second three sons : — 

1. John. Vfsf^ouNT TunfSTALi^ died in infancy. 

2. Edward, VfscouNT Tusstali^ died in gaol at Canter- 

bury v,p. 1729. having married [ \ widow of 

[ ] Parker and granddaughter of Sir Richard 

Bulstode, by whom, who died in 1749 and was buried 
at Tunstall, he had issue : — 

( I ) Edward, Viscount Tunstall^ successor to his 

3. Hon. James Hales, an officer in the Imperial service, 

killed in Italy 1735, unmarried. 

4. Hon. Alexander Hales, died x./. 

5. Hon. Philip Hales, died s.p. 

6. Lady Frances Hales, born about 1698, married Geoi^e 

Henry (Lee), third Earl of Lichfield [E], who died 
15th February 1742/3. She died 25th February 
1 769, aged seventy-one, and was buried at St. Pancras, 
Middlesex, having issue. 

1744 in. EDWARD (HALES), third Earl of Tenterden, 

grandson and heir of the preceding, born about 1730, succeeded 
December 1744, and died August 1802. Will proved 1803. 


' Hasted'* Hisiofy of Kent, ii. p. 577. 

' During the latter part of his life he is said to have lived in complete retirement at 
St Stephen's, having his food brought to htm by an old servant who lived near, to 
whotn on certain days Sir John let down a basket from a window, with a note of what 
he would have, and the money in it ; till at length, ihis not being repeated for more 
than a fortnight, the house was broken open, and Sir John found dead, lyin; in his 
clothes across the hed, and appeared to have been dead for sotne time. 



He married firsts in or before 1758, Barbara Isabella, daughter 
and heir of John Webb (eldest son of Sir John Webb, third 
Baronet [E]). by Mabella, daughter and co-heir of Sir Harry 
Joseph Tichborne, fourth Baronet [E]. She died 1770. He 
married secondly, [ ], widow of [ ] Palmer of 

Ireland and daughter of [ ], who died s.p. He had 

issue : — 

r. Edward, Viscount Tunstall, his successor* 

2. Lady Barbara Hales, married [ ] Jouchere, a 
French officer. 

3. Lady Mary Hales, married [ ] Demorlaincourt, 
a French officer. 

IV. EDWARD (HALES), fourth Earl op Tenterden, 
only son and heir, born 175S ; succeeded August r8o2 ; married, 
1789, Lucy, second daughter of Henry Darell of Calehjll, Kent, 
by Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Thomas Gage, Baronet [E]. He 
died s.p. at Hales Place, in Hackington, 15th March 1829, aged 
seventy-two, when all his honours became extinct, Will proved 
June and May 1829. Lady Tenterden %\ix^lv^A him.* 



TRELESSICK, Marquis of [E]. 

I. JAMES PAYNTER of Trelisk {sic\ co. Cornwall 1715 
(possibly the James baptized at St. Erth iSth August i665, 
fourth son of Arthur Paynter of Trelessick^ by Mary, daughter of 
James Praed)> proclaimed King James at St. Columb 7th October 
1715, and is said to have been, 20th June 1715, created by that 
King Marquis of Trelessick [E]* He died s.p} 


TULLY, Viscount [I]. 

i,e. ' TuiLY,' P7jcowvtk o/i- (Sarsfield), created January 1691, 
with * LucAM,' Earldom of, which see, 

' TAe Complete Baronetage, i. pp. 76, 77 ; Hastcd's History of Kenl^ ii. p. 577. See 
also an article on the first Earl in the DklUnary of Natitmai Biography, xxiv. 
pp. 27, 28, 

' A fra.g:meni of a patent signed * James Francis Stuart R«x' (a signature never 
used by that King) is in posseasion of the Paynter family. 


TUNSTALL, Viscount of [E]. 

i.e, ' TuNSTALL^' Viscounty of (Hales), created 3rd May 
1692, with * Tenterd&n^ Eaeldom of, whicli see. 

TYRCONNELL, Duke of [I], 

I. RICHARD TALBOT, fifth or eighth son of Sir William 
Talbot, first Baronet [I] (1622) of Carton, co, Kildare, by 
Alison, daughter of John Netterville of Castlrtown, co, Meath, 
born about 1625 ; obtained a commission in the Irish army 1641, 
serving afterwards as a volunteer under the Duke of York and 
Albany against the Dutch^ by whom he was taken prisoner at 
Solebay in 1672. On the accession of James 11 and vii he was 
made a Lleutenant-General,^ and created^'' 20th June 1685, Baron 


Wicklow, and Earl of Tyrconnell [I], with remainder to the 
heirs-male of his body, whom failing to his nephews. Sir William 
Talbot, third Baronet, and William Talbot of Haggardstone, 
and their heirs-male respectively. Captain-General of the Irish 
army and Viceroy of Ireland, 1686, till the arrival of King James 
in Dublin, 24th March r68g. On 30th March following he was 
created by that King (some four months after the Revolution in 
England^ but while still de facto as well as cU jure King of 
Ireland) Marquis and Dul'e of Tyrconnell, co. Tyrone [IJ. 
One of the Commissioners to the Treasury [IJ 1st July 1689, 
He was present at the battle of the Boyne, in command of a 
regiment of horse, and afterwards was sent on a mission to 
France to urge the immediate despatch of the supplies promised 
by Louis xiv. He returned to Ireland in January 1691, and died 
of apoplexy at Limerick. 14th August 1691, when the Dukedom 
and Marquisate of Tyrconnell became extinct, while his other 
honours, which had been attainted by William of Orange shortly 

1 A£ *a man of great abililies. and clear courage, and otlc who for many years had 
' a true attachment 10 His Majesty's person and interest' (Dalton's King Jameses Irish 
Army List^ 1 689). 

^ The preamble (o the patent recites 'his ixrimaculate allegiance and his infinitely 
' great services performed to the King; and to Charles u in England, Ireland^ and 
' foreign parts, in which he suiTered frequent imprisonments and many great wounds.' 



before* devolved on his nephew and heir-male.^ He was buried 
in St. Minchin's Church, Limerick. He married first, Katharine 
Boyton. He married secondly, in Paris, 1679, Frances, Dowager- 
Countess Hamilton, widow of Sir George Hamilton, Count 
Hamilton [F], sister of the celebrated Sarah, Duchess of Marl- 
borough, and daughter and co-heir of Richard Jennings of 
Sandridge, co. Herts, by Frances, daughter and co-heir of Sir 
Giffard Thornhurst, Baronet [E]. She, 'La Belle Jennings,' 
who was one of the Maids of Honour to Queen Catherine of 
Braganza, was for long a reigning beauty at the Court of 
Charles 11, After 1691 she retired to St. Germains, and was 
a Lady of the Bedchamber to Queen Mary of Modena. She 
returned to Ireland, however, about 1720, and was permitted 'to 
' erect a house, still standing, in King Street, Dublin, as a 
' nunnery for poor Claires^ and in this obscure retirement, burying 
' all the attractions and graces which once so adorned the Court 
' of England/ she died, from a fall from her bed, at Paradise 
Row or Arbour Hill, Dublin, 6th March 1731, and was buried on 
the 9th in St. Patrick's Cathedral there, aged eighty-two.® 

» II. William (Talbot), second Earl of Tvbconnell, etc [lison and heir of Sir 
Garret or Griffith Talbot (who died 26th December i7i4t aged eighty-two) by Margaret* 
daughter of Henry Gaydoa of co. Louth, was attainted as 'William Talbot of Dmidall::,' 
1691, succeeded his uncle 141I1 August i6gi as Earl of Tyrconnell, which liiie he 
assumed. He is presumed to have died at St. Germains. He had issue a son and faeir. 

III. Richard Francis (Talbot)^ third Earl of Tvbconnell, etc. [I], who was 
barn before 17105 enlered the French army and was Mar^chal-de-camp, 1748, and 
died as French Ambassador to the Court of Berlin, 1752 {French Afilitary Records). 

" Dictionary of National Biogr<tphy, Complete Peerage. In Burke's Extinct Peerage 
is the following quotation from 'an eloquent writer' : 'Of Richard Talbot, Duke of 
' Tyrconnell, much ill has been written, and more believed ; but his history, like that 
' of bis unfortunate country, has only been written hy the pen of party, s^teeped in gall, 
' and copied servilely from the pages of prejudice by the lame historians of modeni 
' times, more anxious for authority than authenticity. Two qualities he possessed in an 
' eminent degree, wit and valour; and if to gifts so brilliant and so Irish he joined 
' devotion to his Country, and fidelity to the unfortunate and fated fan\ily with whose 

* exile he began life, and with whose ruin he lini^hed it, it cannot be denied that Id his 
^ character the elements of evil were mixed with much great and striking good. Under 
'• happier circumstances the good might have predominated, and he whose deeds are 
' heid even by his own family in such right estimation might have shed a lustre on his 
' race by those talents and heroism which gave force tg his passions ajid celebrity to 

* his errors,' To which G. E. C. in his Complete Peerage, vii, p. 44 5^ adds ; 'The 
' most eminent of his vituperators is Lord Macaulay (in whose *' History" he figures 
' as '"lying Dick Talbot"), who credits him with most if not all the vices which are 
' incident to human nature, the epithets of " Sharper, Bully, Bravo, Pimp, Sycophant " 

* and " Hypocrite " being but some out of those he applies to him. This view of his 
' character may, however, he charitably and not inaptly coupled with the words of 

* MA^on[fIisioryof St. PatrieMs CatAedrai\^ '^ Whatever were his faults, he had the rare 
' " merit of sincere attachment to an unfortunate Master." ' 

z 177 



UPPER TARF, Earl of [S]. 

i.e. ' Upper Tarf*^ Earldom of (Fraser), created 
March 1740, with * Frass^,' Dukebom of, which see. 


WALSH, Earl [IJ 

I. ANTHONY VINCENT WALSH, third son of Philip 
Walsh of St- Malo,^ by Anne, daughter of James Whyte of 
Waterford ; born at St. Malo, and baptized in the Cathedral 
Church there, 22nd January 1703. Began life in the French 
Navy, but subsequently became a shipbuilder or ' marchand h. 
' la fosse ' at Nantes. He provided the Prince Regent in 1745 
with two vessels at his own expense, the one, the Z)u Teillay 
(Captain Durb6), on which he escorted the Prince to Loch- 
nanuagh, on the west coast of Scotland, and the other, the 
Eiizabetk {Captain Douaud), captured by him from the British, 
but which was so disabled In a fight with the Lion^ a British 
man-of-war, on 20th July 1745, that she was forced to return to 
Brest. In recognition of these services* he was, by King 
James in and viii, on 20th October following, created Lord op 
[ ], ViscovpfT OF [ ], and Earl of \Walsh\ 

\\\ He was subsequently appointed by Louis xv to the 
command of an expedition that was to have landed eighteen 
battalions of infantry and two regiments of cavalry in support of 
the Prince Regent, 1746. This expedition never sailed, being 
probably stopped by the news of the defeat of CuUoden, His 
pedigree and noble birth were recognised by Louis xv, November 
1753, the decree being registered in the Parliament of Brittany, 
9th January 1 754. He held for some time the office of Secretaire 
du Roi, and afterwards settled at Cap Fran^ais, in the island of 

' Probably ' Abciiarff,' the parish in the Lovat country in which Fori Augustus lies. 
Ex inform, the Rev, Sir David Huntcr-Rlair, Baronet. 

' Where he had settled after the capitulation of Limerick, 1691^ 
* The patent recites that : ' Whereas we are thoroughly sensible of the great and 
' good service rendered la us by our trusty and well-belovcd Anthony Walsh, Esq., 
' in his Undertaking with uncommon zeal and disinlcrcstcdness the transporting our 
' dearest son Charles, Prince of Wales, into Scotland, which was happily effected 
' through manifold risks and dangers, for which signal service, and to perpetuate the 
* memory of- it to posterity, we, not only om of our inclination but also at the request 
' of our dearest son, thought fit to bestow on him as a mark of our royal favour.' The 
titles are all blank. 


San Domingo, where he died, and March 1763.* His wlll^ dated 
iith November 175S, was proved at the Chitelet in Paris, 13th 
September 1763. Lorg Walsh married, in the Chapelle du 
Sanitat, at Nantes, loth January 1741, Marie, daughter of Luke 
O'Sheill of Nantes, by Agnes Vanasse, his wife, and had 
issue : — 

1. Luke Patrick Walsh, born and baptized at St. Nicholas' 

Church, Nantes, 24th May 1744, died young. 

2. Hon. Anthony John Baptist Walsh, his successor. 

3. Lady Mary Anne Agnes Walsh, baptized at St. 

Nicholas' Church, Nantes, 12th October 1741 ; mar- 
ried, in the Chapel of la Maison de la Placeliere 
there, her cousin-german, the Chevalier Anthony 
Anthisme Walsh de Chassenon, by whom she had 

4. Lady Helen Agnes Walsh, baptized at St. Nicholas' 

Church, Nantes, 9th November 1743, 

Earl Walsh, second but only surviving son and heir of the 
preceding; baptized at St. Nicholas' Church, Nantes^ 32nd 
June 1745; succeeded his father, 2nd March 1763; appointed 
Chamberlain to the Empress Maria Theresa, 31st December 
1772. He was compelled to emigrate at the time of the French 
Revolution, and according to the Souvenirs de Cinquanie Ans, 
by his son, the Hon. Joseph Walsh, settled first at Sclessin, near 
Li^ge, then in London, before leaving Europe to look after the 
remnants of his family property in San Domingo. He died 
at Kingston, Jamaica, 26th April t79S, and was buried in the 
Catholic cemetery there, aged fifty-three. He had married at 
St. Georges-sur-Loire, 28th October 1765, his cousin -germ an, 
Marie Josephine Dorothea, eldest daughter of Francis James 
(Walsh), first Count of Serrant [F], by Mary, daughter of 
Thomas Harper. She was born 6th October, and baptized in 
the Cathedral, Cadiz, 7ih October 1748, and died in the parish 

^ Ijyrd Walsh remaiaed in constaPt corrcspondencift with Prince Charles until his 

departure for San Domingo, his cipher name being Monsieur Legrand, to whom most 
of the letters are addressed. They are now in possession of the Duke of La Ticmoille. 
He was also a reRutrir correspondent of Colonel Warren, who brought Charles from 
Scotland in 1746, and of George Kelly, the Prince's secretary. The latter letters are 
in possession ofMf, V. Hussey Walsh. 



of St. Julten, Aogefs. June, and was biiried at Serrant in Anjou, 

iSth June 17S5. They had issue: — 

t. Hou, John Baptist Paul Oliver Walsh, commonly 
called Count Theobald Walsh, bom at St Georges- 
sur- Loire. 29th January 176S; married at Sl Vm- 
cenl's Church, Nantes, 24th March i/pt. his cousin- 
german, Agatha, second daughter of Anthonfl 
Anthisme, Chevalier Walsh de Chasscnon, and the 
Lady Mary Anne Agnes Walsh. She was bapmed 
at Sainte Croix, Nantes, 17th March 1769. He was 
killed in the massacre of the whites in San Domingo, 
6th August 1792, leaving issue : — 

(i) Theobald Walsh, succeeded as third Earl 

^, Hon, Edward Walsh^ bom at St. Georges-sur-Lotre, 
28th October 1770: Canon of St. Peter's* Rome» 
6th April 1 794 to 6th October 1817; Private Secretary 
to Henry ix ; died at Tis'oli, 27th June 1822 ; buried 
in ^e Church of Sl Michael there. 

3. HoH. Charles Walsh, bom at St Georges -sur- Loire, 
t4th February 1773; died of yellow fever in San 
Domingo, July 1795. 

4, Hon. Francis Thomas Joseph David Walsh, bom 41b, 
baptized at St. Geofges-sur-Loire, 5th February 1777; 
author of ^Jimmaiof the LsU Cmm^<dgii in Egypt ; 
Lieutenant SSth regiment. iSthOctoberi79S; Captain 
93rd regiment, 24th June 1S02; Major Queen's 
Rangers, 15th December 1S04; Lieutenant- Colonel on 
service, 16th May 1805: Major 56ch raiment, A.A*G. 
under Sir E. Coote. He was thrown &om bis gig 
in driving from Famham to Guildford on 21st, and 
died 33rd August iSia Will dated 24th July 1S09, 
proved 2nd November iSia 

5- Hon. Philip Walsh of Sandpits, ca Kilkenny* baptized 
at Sl Julien in Angers. 12th January 1780, died in 
Paris, 22nd February 1S29. 

6t Hon. Joseph Alexis Walsh« commonly called Viscount 
Walsh, bom 25th April 1783 in the parish of St. 
Julien at Angers; author of Lts iMtrts Vtmditunts^ 
Gi&s dt BrHmgmt^ iMtrts smr lAmgltUrrty Explora- 
ii^ms em Nu ■Mwrfi. HiiJmtui CmUes M H m nn/Zs tt 



Vcyag-e d Pragtte et L^oden, Voyage de Henri de 
Prance en Ecosse et en Angleterre^ -La Providence^ 
Journ^es Mdmorables de la Revolution Frangaist^ 
Souvenirs de Cinguanle Ans, and a large collection of 
other works ; Royal Commissioner at the Nantes 
Mint 1815, and afterwards Postmaster there, which 
office he resigned rather than take the oath of 
allegiance to Louis Philippe, 1830. Proprietor of 
La Mode, a weekly Legitimist paper started that 
year. He died Jn Paris nth February i860. He 
had married at Nantes, 5th December 1804, Pauline, 
daughter of Paul Martin Bouhier de la Br^joli^re, by 
Madelaine Jeanne Sabry de Montholy. She died 
27th April 1847, They had issue : — 
(i) Edward Walsh, succeeded as fourth Earl. 

(2) Arthur Walsh, Knight of the Legion of Honour, 

born at Nantes 29th May iSoS, died at Nice 
17th January tSSo. 

(3) Oliver Walsh, Chamberlain to Napoleon iii, 

born at Nantes 27th July 1S17 ; died 7lh April 

1883; married, 15th December 1857, Marie 

Louise, daughter of Francis Claude Fourmand- 

Desmazieres. His widow remarried, 12th 

June 1884, the Viscount de Chemilier, and 

died at Angers 15th April 1889. 

Hon, Francis Stephen Walsh, born at Angers t3th 

May 1 784 ; entered the French army, Sergeant 1 1 2th 

regiment, left the Ecole Militaire, 3 ist November 1803; 

Sergeant- Major, 26th March 1804; Sub-Lieutenant 

I Sth regiment, ist April 1805; Lieutenant, 27th March 

1809; Knight of the Legion of Honour, 17th July 

1809; Captain, A.D.C. to General Bonnassi, 22nd 

June 181 1 ; on leave on account of wounds, 28th 

December 1812; Colonel of royal volunteers of La 

Vendee; fought in the campaigns of 1805 and 1812 ; 

dangerously wounded at Wagram, 6th July 1S09 ; 

Colonel in the Leroux regiment in La Vendue, 1815 ; 

afterwards Colonel 23rd regiment and Knight of St. 

Louis; died at Bayonne 17th November 1821. He 

married, at Nantes, 17th February 1813, Frances 

Adelaide, daughter of Francis Hippolyte d'Achon, by 


Jane Louise Catherine, daughter of Francis DeUsledu 
Fief, by whom, who was born at Ecueilles, Seme-et- 
Marne, 28th January J 793, and died at Nantes 27th 
September 18 14, he had issue : — 

(i) Alfred Walsh, born 20th March 1814, married 
first, at St. Georges-sur-Loire, 20th September 
1839, Sophia, Dowager-Countess of Serrant* 
daughter of John Francis Legrand and Marie 
Anne Balduc, by whom, who was born in 
Paris 26th December 1801, and died at the 
Chateau de PIessis-Mac4 near Angers, 2nd 
April 1872* he had issue : — 

(i) Robert Walsh, born in Paris 12th 
December 1840; died there, 7th Feb- 
ruary 1841. 
{2) Alfred Walsh, born at Serrant 20th 
April 1846; died 20th October 1863. 
He married secondly, at Vieux Rouen, 3rd 
June 1873, Matilda^ Dowager- Baroness de 
Taintignies, second daughter of Count Alfred 
Isidore Walsh, and died as Conseiller-General 
of the Maine-et- Loire, at Angers, 21st October 
1876. His widow, who was born 3rd Sep- 
tember, and baptized at the Cathoh'c Church 
at Ramsgate 6th October 1821, died May 

8. Lady Mary Annie Walsh, born at St. Georges-sur- 

Loire 25th November 1766; married there, 19th 
May 17S8, Pierre Constant, Marquis of Certaines. 

9. Lady Dorothy Walsh, born 22nd April 1769 ; died ist 

September 1787. 


third Earl Walsm^ grandson and heir of the preceding, born at 
Sclessin, near Li^ge, 24th May 1792, and baptized at Notre Dame 
des FontSt at Li^ge, the next day. He died s^p. in Paris, 23rd 
January 1881. He married at Anthien (Nifevre), 7th October 
1818, Anne-Marie-Ad^le, daughter of Pierre Constant, Marquis 
of Certaines [F]. She, who was born at Aix-la-Chapelle, loth 
March 1794, died 2nd June 1858 in Paris, and was buried at 
Anthien, in the Certaines family vault. 


IV, EDWARD (WALSH), fourth Earl Walsh, first cousin i88i 
and next heir-male of the preceding, born at Nantes 24th April ~ 
1806 ; sometime editor of La Gazette de Normandie^ and from 
I St October 1835 of La Mode, the organ of the elder branch of 
the Bourbon family. The violence of his attacks on Louis 
Philippe led to his being imprisoned five times during his 
reign, and to frequent fines. He married first, 17th September, 
1835, Marie, daughter of Joseph Bernard Gouze of Bayonne 
and Josephe Desaa, widow of M. de la Juminiere of Tours, who 
died 30th May 1843. He married secondly, 30th August 1848^ 
Pauline Marie Geofgina, Dowager-Countess of Aramon, daughter 
of [ ] du Bois de La Touche. She died gth October 1872. 

Lord Walsh lived at the historic Chiteau of Chaumont in 
Loir-et-Cher until his wife's death, when he settled in Paris, 
where he died 26th October 18S4, when all his titles became 

WARREN, Baronet [I) 

L Colonel RICHARD WARREN was on 3rd Novem- 1746 
ber 1746 created by King James iii and vin a Kmcsr and 
Baroi^et [I] for his services in bringing the Prince of Wales ^^* 
safely back to France. He was third son of John Warren of 
Corduff, CO, Dublin^ by his first wife, Mary, daughter of Richard 
Jones, retired to France, and after devoting himself for a short 
time to commercial pursuits at Marseilles, entered the regiment 
of Laily as a volunteer with the honorary rank of Captain, being 
afterwards transferred to the regiment of Rothe. He was a 
zealous Jacobite^ and he was given command of one of the two 
vessels sent by the French King with men and arms to the 
assistance of Prince Charles. He landed at Stonehaven October 
1745- After being employed on the erection of batteries on 
each side of the Forth, he joined the Princess army in Edinburgh, 
and received his commission as Colonel, 12th November, being 
appointed Aide-de-camp to Lord George Murray, He distin- 
guished himself at the siege of Carlisle, and after the retreat 
from Derby he was intrusted with the important mission of 

' For the above account of the Earls WaUh the Editor is Indebted to Mr. V. Hussey 
Walsh, the author of a most able and exhaustive ictoutii of the French and Austrian 
bfanches of the family of Walsh in Th$ Gettealogist^ vols, xvii. and jcvtii. 



making an appeal to Louis xv for assistance. While in Paris 
he so ably exerted himself that he was able to despatch two 
frigates laden with arms and ammunition and ^40^000 to 
Scotland. After the defeat of Culloden he was intrusted with 
the perilous enterprise of rescuing the Prince, and with the frigate 
L*Hejtreiex (thirty-six guns) and the Prince de Gjm// (twenty-four 
guns) he, after many hair=breadth escapes, succeeded in rescuing 
the Prince and many of his adherents from Lochnanuagh in 
Moidart^ and landed them at Roscoff near Morlaix, in Brittany, 
loth October 1746. For this special service he was, as above, 
created a BaronetWI by King James, 3rd November 1746, and 
received a pension of twelve hundred Hvres from Louis xv, 
He now rejoined the French army, and served as Aide-de-camp 
to Marshal Saxe up to the Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle in 1748. 
Brigadier-General in the English army^ 1750; Captain of a com- 
pany in the regiment of Rothe, 1754; Knight of St. Louis, August 
1755; Colonel, 15th February 1757; and Brigadier of Infantry, 
10th February 1759, in the French army. He was one of the 
general officers appointed to take command of the expedition for 
the invasion of England that year, and had chaise of the em- 
barkatlon of the Irish regiments of Clare, Dillon, and Rothe at 
Lorient Major-General in the English army, loth February 
1760; Ma^^^chal-de-camp in France, 25th July 1765; Governor 
of Belle Isle and the adjoining islands, 1763- 1775. He died 
there unmarried 21st June 1775, when the baronetcy became 


WESTMINSTER, Earl of [E]. 

I. Hon. ALEXANDER MURRAY, M.P., fourth son of 
Alexander (Murray) fourth Lord Elibank [S], by Elizabeth, 
daughter of George Stirling, Surgeon, M.P. for Edinburgh ; was 
an officer of some distinction, and having taken an active part 
against the Government in the Westminster election of 1750, was 
committed to Newgate, 6th February 1751 ; and as he declined 

' See a History and Otttealogy of ike IVmnn Family, by the Rev. Thomas 
Warren, F.S.A. (Ireland), London, 3902, p, 261, etc. Two of his brothers, William 
and John, were also Captains in the French army, and served through the '45. James 
Warren, sub-Lieutenant in the regiment of Dillon, 1790, and [ ] Warren^ 50b- 
LieutenaQt in the same regiment 1784, and Lieutenant 1790, were probably nephews 
of his. 



to receive sentence on his knees, was remanded there, and only 
obtained his release on the prorogation of Parliament, 25th June 
following. He afterwards retired to France and for some time 
managed King James's affairs at the French Court. On 12th 
August 1759 he was created^ by King James Earl of West- 
minster, CO. Middlesex, Viscoumt of\^ ], and Lord of 
[ ] [^]' with remainder to the heirs-male of his body, 
whom failing to Lord Elibank and the heirs-male of his body, 
whom failing to George, Gideon, and James Murray, and the 
heirs-male of their body, respectively, and thenceforth he was 
generally called Count Murray. He was allowed to return to 
England by letter under the King's Privy Seal, April 1701. and 
died unmarried 1777. 

n. PATRICK (MURRAY), ^^zox^AEarlop Westminster, 
etc. [E], fifth Lord Elibank [S], elder brother and heir» born 
1703, and died $.p. 3rd August 1778.* 


HL GEORGE (MURRAY), third Earl of WEST^flmTER, 
etc. [E], 6th Lord Elibank [S], next brother and heir, born 1706, 
died j.^,w, i2th November 1785. 

' Lumisden wrilcs to him as follows, August 1759 : 'Having had the honour to 
deliver to the King the letter you sent me for him, inclosed you will find H.M.'s 
returns. He has been graciously pleased to sign and deliver to me the warrant for 
your being an Earl, which, pursuant to your desire, I shall keep till \ have the 
pleasure of seeing you, or receive your further directions how I shall dispose of it_ 
Tha patent is to you and the heirs-male of your body, whom failings to your brother^ 
Lord Elibank, and the heirs-male of his body, and whom failing, 10 all your brothers 
respectively and the heirs-male of their bodies. Such an uiicommon mark of H.M.'s 
approbation of your past services will, no doubt, engage you to ^ive daily fresh proofs 
of your gratitude, zeal, and attachment to him and his royal family. The titles are 
left blank in the warrant, because as the title of Westminster has never been 
Conferred on any one. H,M. was apprehensive that there might be some reason for 
it, especially as it is the seat of the court. But ifj after enquiry, you find that there 
can be no objection to the title, you may insert it, otherwise you may assume any 
other title you judge proper, and against which no objection can !y. As it is of the 
utmost consequence to you to conceal your having obtained this patent till affairs are 
as we wish them in England, 1 send this letter under Mr. Gordon's cover, with 
directions to him that he may deliver it to you out of bis own hand, or cons^ign it to 
any person whom you shall de&ire, that it may safely reach you. And until tt Is a fit 
time for you to use your title I shall continue to write and address to you as formerly. 
You will do me, sir, but justice to believe that I have not been wanting on this 

* occasion to represent your merit to H.M. in its true and proper light.' 
. ' For a fuller account of this Peer and his successor sec the cxlant peerages under 


2 A 185 



1785 IV. ALEXANDER (MURRAY), fourth Earl of West- 

iRao '^ff^sTux, etc, [EJ. seventh Lord Elibank [S], nephew and next 

heir-male, being the eldest son of Rev. the Hon. Gideon Murray, 

next elder brother to the first Earl, born 24th April 1747, and 

died 24th September 1820. 

»S20 V. ALEXANDER (MURRAY), fifth Earl of Westmii9- 

ig,Q STEA\ etc. [E], eighth Lord Eubank [SJ eldest son and heir, 
born 26th February 1780, and died 9th April 183a 


~ OF WESTJUifiSTEK, ctc. [E], nioth Lord Elibank [SJ eldest son 
and heir, born 23rd May 1804, died 31st May 1871. 


seventh Eark of fVssrM//fSTER, etc [EJ tenth Lord Elibahk 
and tenth Baronet [S], eldest son and heir, bom 27ih April 
1840, succeeded his father 31st May 1871. 

WINCHENDON, Viscount of [E]. 

i"*. ' WmcMExooff,' ca Bucks, Viscounty of (Wharton), 
created 22nd December 1716, *ith *Nqrthuvberlahd* Dckej>om 
OFt which see, 

WOBURN, Manpiis of [EJ 

£.t * WoBC»»^ col Bucks^ MARQvnATE OF (WTiartoa). created 
M«d December 17 16, with * NorrmuMBVtuuoK Dujckdom of, 
wfakh see. 

WOGAN» Barooet [I]. 

ito L SiK CHARLES WOGAN. secood son of WOEam Wogan 

y^^ of Ratfacoiy, wnd Anne Gafdoa bis wife was born about 169& 

He ^x>k put in the risittg of 1715. and was taken pt i so oer at 

PttstNMk I4t>t Novcnbcfv In Ak U^ama^ April the Gtand Jury 

of W«staunsMr liMnd n true tail ^wst U^ and fas trial for 

M^ tcr«kson was mpo i nmJ to tdbb pbee 5tk May 1716. At 

«n te «v« of dbe tial WogHi took port in tbe soocess- 

RMi Nti'nfitL ph^Md hf fTt^rwBri MifinwiiTli. and 


he was one of the seven (out of the fifteen) who made good their 
escape and for whose apprehension a reward of ^^500 was vainly 
offered. He went to France and entered the Dillon regiment^ in 
which he served till r^iS, In which year he followed James in 
and VIII to Rome. At the end of the same year he accompanied 
the Duke of Ormonde on a diplomatic mission to win the hand 
of a Russian princess for King James, and this failing, he was 
instrumental in selecting the Princess Mary Clementina Sobieska. 
This Princess, on her way to join the King, was arrested by 
order of the Emperor and imprisoned in the Castle of Inns- 
pruck, whence Wogan and his three kinsmen> Richard Gaydon, 
Captain John Missett, and Ensign Edward O'Toole, released her 
in a romantic manner^ 27th April 1719. In reward for this King 
James created' him, 1719, a Knigmt and Baronet [1], with re- 
mainder to his heirs-male, and the Pope conferred on him, 13th 
June 1719, the title of Roman Senator. Sir Charles afterwards 
entered the Spanish service, and in 1723 distinguished himself at 
the relief of Santa Cruz, besieged by the Moors. He was 
appointed Captain of the Irish regiment of infantry, 30th October 
1725, and before 1730 was promoted to the rank of Brigadier- 
General, and made governor of La Mancha. In 1746 he was 
with the Duke of York at Dunkirk in the hope of being able to 
join the Prince Regent in Ireland, but this hope being dis- 
appointed, he returned to La Mancha. The 14th May 1750 he 
was appointed Governor of Barcelona, when he appears as 
General de Brigade. He died in Spain ^.p. soon after 1752. 

H. Sir EDWARD WOGAN, second Baronet, nephew and 
heir-male, being elder son of Patrick Wogan of Richardstown, 
by Thomasine Chamberlaine, his third wife, which Patrick was 
elder brother of the preceding. He died s,p. at Manilla between 
1771 and 178?. 

HL Sir FRANCIS WOGAN or de WOGAN, third 
BARONETt brother and heir of the preceding, baptized ist June 
1720 in the parish church of Clane, in the diocese of Kildare, 
entered the French army and was Lieutenant in Dillon's regi- 
ment, 6lh October 1733; Ensign, 20th September 1734; and 

17 i* 


^ Tht patent is printed in full in Mhnmre Htstotiqui et G/n/atogigue sur !a Famillc 
di Wo^aH^ par Lc Comte Alph. O'Kelly de Galway, Paris, iS5)6, p. 63, from which the 
above a.ccaunt of the family ts taken. 


afterwards, 6th October 1744, in that of Lally; Aide-Major» 27th 
March 1746 ; retired^ 8th December 1747. Greatly distinguished 
himself with the Irish Brigade at the battle of Lauffeld, 2nd July 
1747, where he was severely wounded; Knight of the Royal 
and Mihtary Order of St. Louis ; naturalised in France, Feb- 
ruary 1764. Married^ first. Geneviere Charlotte de Boisadam ; 
secondly, Marie Anne de Vaughan, widow [j./.] of Pierre de 
Lahorde ; and thirdly, 28th February 1772, at Dinan, in Brittany, 
Reine Henrietta Claire Celeste, dite Mademoiselle de la Coninais, 
only daughter of Louis John Julien du Chastel, Seigneur de la 
Rouandaist de la Gaudiere, and de Beaumont, in France, Knight 
of St. Louis, by his wife, Frances GenevL^re de la Valine, 
daughter and heiress of Francis de la Valine, Seigneur de la 
Coninais, in France. She was born at the Chateau de la Coninais 
27th April 1747, and baptized in the parish church of Taden ist 
May following. He had issue:- — 

1. Francis John Patrick de Wogan, bom ist September 

1774, died s.p,v.p. 

2. Sir Edward John Peter de Wogan, his heir. 

J. C^sar Augustus Francis John de Wogan, born at 
Dinan r9th October 1781, died unmarried. 

4. Jane Eleanor Reine de Wogan, born 28th January 
1777, died at the ChAteau de Bois de la Motte 1827. 


Baronet^ second but elder surviving son and heir of the pre- 
ceding, born at Dinan 29th March 1778, died 1854. He married 
first, at Dinan, Anne Scott, daughter of Andrew Scott and Anne 
du Pontavice. He married secondly, at Dinan, May 1815, Eliza- 
beth Rose de Querhoeut or Kerhoeut> by whom he had issue : — 

I. Sir Emile Edward de Wogan, his heir. 

2* Edward de Wogan, died unmarried, 

3. Zenaide de Wogan. 

V. Sir EMILE EDWARD de WOGAN, fifth Baro^tet. 
elder son and heir of the preceding, born at Dman 13th March 
1817, succeeded his father 1854, named Knight of the Legion 
of Honour nth August 1850. Member of la $oci^t6 des Gens 
de Lettres ; died in Paris 23rd June 1S91. He married, 3rd 
March 1S48, Isabelle de Chamberlaine, and had issue ; — 

I. Emile Tannequy, his heir. 



2. Emile Tannequy Edward de Wogan. 

3. Jane de Wogan, married 26th June 1893 the Count 
Just de Plauzolies. 

4. Alice de Wogan, married M. Nordin, 

5. Eva de Wogan, died young. 

Baronet, Baron de Wogan [F], elder son and heir of the pre- 
ceding, born 23rd November 1850, succeeded his father 23rd 
June 1 89 1. A well-known liii^raieur d^nd member of the Yacht 
Clubof France, etc. etc. He married, 17th October 1888, Griselle 
Anne Marie Hutchinson de Loyaut^, only child of Alexander 
Hutchinson and Henrietta Emma Aim^e de Loyautd, eldest 
daughter and co-heir of Henrj' Louis» last Count de Loyautd^ 
[F]. She was born at the Chateau de LangMe, near Montargis 
(Loiret), 2nd March 1S60. He has issue : — 

I, Yvonne Betsey Isabella de Wogan, born 22nd No- 
vember 1893. 


WORTH, Baronet [I]. 

I. PATRICK WORTH, Esq. 'of the Kingdom of 1733 
' Ireland, Lieutenant-Colonel in the service of his Imperial and 
' Catholic Majesty/ and Town-Major of Ghent/ was on 12th 
September 1733 created by Jajnes in and viii a Knight and 

YORK, Duke of [E} 

Prince of England and Scotland, younger son of James ni and 
viu by Mary Clementina, daughter and co-heir of Prince James 
Lewis Sobieski, born 6th March 1725 in the Muti (afterwards 
Savorelli) Palace at Rome, and was created by his father, 
probably at or shortly after his birth, and certainly before 
28th March 1733, Duke of York [E], In 1745 he was at 
Dunkirk for the purpose of commanding the French expedition, 
which was on the point of sailing for England when news arrived 
of the fatal retreat from Derby. On the 3rd July 1747 he was 
created a Cardinal Deacon of the Holy Roman Church by Pope 
Benedict xiv, and 13th July 1761 was made Bishop of Frascati 



and Cardinal Bishop. By the death s.p.L of his elder brother 
Charles iii, 31st January 1788, he became de jure King of 
England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, as Henry ix and i, 
when all honours merged in the Crown. He died unmarried at 
Rome, 13th July 1807, when the male line of the Royal House 
of Stuart and the whole of the issue of James 11 and vii became 





There are alsD two warrgnts in which the names are blank, the one creating a 
Duke [E], dated and October 1716, and the other an Earl [E], dated loth March t?i8. 

P. 5. The Editor is indebted to Mr. Blackbumc Daniell for the fDltowing extract 
regarding the Countess of Aiberstrof from the M5S, of Sir John Coxe Hippealey, now 
in the possession of his descendaoit Mr, Homer of Mells Park: 'I visited the 

* Countess d'Alberstrof (she had been created a Countess of the Empire by the 

* Emperor Francis) at Paris in a convent, accompanied by Mr. Andrew Stewart, a few 

* days after the demolition of the Bastille, 1:789. She then produced many letters of 

* Prince Charles, evidently denoting their connection as man and wife. She died in 
' Switzerland.' Note by Sir John Hippcsley ; ' Lady Hippesley's mother, Lady Stewart 

* of Allanbank, was a Cdusin^german to the Countess d'Alberstrof.' In another place 
Sir J. Hippesley states that ' the late Emperor offered to create the daughter (the late 
' Ducfae&sof Albany) a Countess of the Empire, as he had previously conferred that 

* rank oa her mother, but her father declined acceptiag this boon, himself designating 
' her Duchess of Albany/ 

P. 15. By the courtesy of John Venn, Esq., F,R,S., F.S.A., Fellow and President of 
Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, the Editor h able to add the following 
additional particulars concerning the Ashtoos : — John Ashion was a member of the 
family of Ashton of Pcnkelh, being apparently a son of Captain Andrew Preston of 
Liverpool. He was married (Lie, Vic. Gen, Office, 15 December 1683, to 'John 

* Ashtoo, Esq., aged about 32, of St, Martin's-Jn-the-Fields, and Mary RIgby, aged 
' about 19, daughter of Edward Rigfby^ Mercer, of Sl Augustin [i.i?. " Si. Faith under 
' *' St, Paur']') at Great St. Helens, and had issue; (i) John, baptized at S I- Faith 
under St, Paul, London, 2gth June 16S6, buried there nest day ; (2) James, created a 
BaroTiet, died before 1698 ; (3) Edward, buried at St. Faith, 20th May 1689; (4) 
[ ], buried at SL Faith, nth August i6gr ; {5) Mary Ann Isabella Margaretta 
Beatrix, a godchild of Queen Mary Beatrix, married the Rev. Richard Venn, M.A.,, 
Rector of Sl. Anlholin's, London, and died ajih June 1762, leaving issue. John 
Ashton was buried at St. Faith's 28th January i6gi. Admon. P.C.C. to Edward Rigby, 
20th September 1698.— See also Not^s on the Family of Ashton 0/ Penketk, by J. Venn, 
F.R.S., F.S. A,, Liverpool, 1887, and Annals of a Clerical Family^, etc., by the same 
author, London, 1904. 

P. 37. Sir Toby Bourke, writing to Lord Caryll, 38th October 1705 (Carte MSS. 180, 
f. i2ob.), says of Sir Timon Connock : *l^e deserves anything, for he is a man of 

* excellent principle ; ye King and Queen of Spain have a true kindness for him, ye 
' Princes and ye Ambassador do esteem him very much.' 

P. 168. Colonel John Roy Stewart, Created a Baronet by Charles iii, 4th November 
t784^ had two nephews at CuMpden, Donald and James. Donald was a Major in the 
French service, and was wounded and taken prisoner at Culloden, but escaped to France 
and resided for many years at St. Ornery. It seems possible that he was created a Marquis 



by Charles ill, for on the 3i5t January 1784 William Robertson of Lude, writing to his 
father from St. Omers, says : * But here talking of acquaintances, I must not so slightly 

* pass over two of my grandmother's Mends — that is, gentlemen who were "out," as 
' they say here. They are both Stewarts, but Marquis Stewart,' by his grave deport- 

* ment and formal address, besides his great alliances in Strathspey (which has the 
' honour of his nativity), claims the precedency. The Marquis is a half-pay Captain in 
' the French service, and has lived here about thirty years in exactly the same routine. 
' His hair in the morning being dressed in a methodical curl with a huge bag behind. 

* The hat, as it were by instinct, finds its place on top. Then, slipping both hands into 

* an antiquated muif, forth issues the great Marquis — on one side hangs the Croise de 

* St. Louis, from the opposite button dangles the necessary cane. It is well known the 

* Marquis would rather be crucified than eat fiesh on a Friday, and it is confidentially 

* reported that he shaves with thirteen different razors upon the same occasion, regularly 

* paraded for that purpose. Had the Prince been King of Great Britain, the Marquis 
' was undoubtedly to have been the Lord Chamberlain.' — See In the Shadow ofCtdm- 
gom^ by the Rev. W. Forsyth, M.A., D.D., Edinburgh, 1900, p. 182, where there is also 
a reproduction of a pen-and-ink sketch entitled 'The Marquis of Strathspey.' 

1 Dr.FarsTtbtdbmetluit Jidut RorStewut's nephew was always known as 'Uutjms of Stradupey. 





2 B 


1705.* a Apr. 16. 
1707.' a Mar. 21, 
1709L June 35. 
1710.* a Nov. 12. 
1713.^ flSept 13, 
1714.* a Dec. 9. 
171 5. Dec. 29. 

Toby Bourke, afterwards first Baron Bourke [I]. 

TImon Connock. 

James SarsHeld of Nantes.' 

Captain George Colgrave. 

Thomas Higgons. 

John Forrester, afterwards first Baronet [S]. 

Patrick Bannerman, Provost of Aberdeen.' 

* Hg is desi^ated Sir Toby Bourke in his IcCters of appointment as James's 
Ambassador Co the Court of Madrid. See p. so. 

■ Sec p. 37. 

* The patent recites that he is a native of Nantc^s, and the son of Paul Sarsfifld, 
and grandson of James SarsfieM, natives of Limerick, who were descended from the 
braocb of the Viscounts Kilmallock, and continues 'that in consideration of the services 
*■ of the o9d and gentle family of Sarstield, and particularly of those of Patrick, Eail of 

* Lucan, Captain of the 2nd company of the King's Guards and Marichal dts iamfii 

* of the Most Christian King, and of Dominick, Viscount Kilmallock, Colonel of a foot 

* regiment in France, who, after distinguishing themselves by many deeds of bravery in 

* Ireland, followed the late King into France, where they were ktSled, after distinguishing 
' themselves in the service of the Most Christian King, and also in consideration of his 
' personal merit,' he had conferred the honour of Knighthood, etc 

* Onl the 22nd January 1705 he had letters of recommendation as George Colgrave, 
and on the izth November 1710 he has a testiinonial as Sir George. See pp. 203, 205. 
He was son of Lieutenant -Colonel Colgrave of Lee's regiment, who was killed at 

* He is designated Sir Thomas in a letter from Queen Mary of this date. He was 
the second son of Sir Thomas Higgons, M. P., diplomatist and author, by his second 
wife, Bridget, widow of Simon Leach of Cadeleigh, co. Devon, daughter of Sir Bcvil 
Granville of Stowe, and was for some time (December :7I3 to July 171S) James's 
Secretary of State. Biographies of his father and of his younger brother Bevil (born 
1670, died 1st August 173S) are in the Dictionary 0/ National Biography. 

' On which date he is spoken of as Sit John in a letter from the Duke of Berwick 
to King James. 

' He was knighted on the occasion of the presentation of an address to King James 
at Dunnottar, congratulating him 'on his arrival in his ancient Kingdom of Scotland,' 
and this title was retained by bim, and he is so designated on his tombstone in 
St. Nicholas's Churchyard in Aberdeen. He was the fourth sonof Sir Alexander BanDer- 
man of Elsick, first Baronet [S], by Margaret, daughter of Patritk Scott of Thirlsione, 
wa5 born 1678, admitted a burgees of Guild loth August 16E7, elected Provost of Aber- 
deen 28th September 1715, ejected loth April 1 716, and sent a prisoner to Carlisle, 
where he was tried for high treason, and narrowly escaped hanging. He died 4th 
June 1733. He married, 1714, Margaret, daughter of Sir Charles Maitland of Pitrichie, 
and by her, who died 31st October 1750, aged sixty-three, he had two sons and three 
daughters. His grandson succeeded as sixth Baronet [S] in 1796. See Afemoriafs 0/ 
the A lifer me n, Provosis, and Lord Prwoifx of Aberdeen ^ 1272-1895, by Alexander M. 
Munro, F.S.A. CScoth'nd)^ printed for the subscribers, Aberdeen, 1897, p. £08. 


£7 1 6. 

Jan. ?. 




PI ' 


a Dec. 2a 




11 • 




a July 6. 

1728.* a June 28. 
1734. a Jan. 22. 
1747.' a Apr. 1;. 


Henry Crawford, Portioner ofCrail, Fifeshire.^ 
John Walkinshaw of Buirowfield, Lannockshire * 
George Jemingham.' 
Peter Redmond, afterwards first Baron R£dmond\\\ 
Richard Gaydon, Knight of St. Louis, Major in 

Dillon's regiment.* 
John Missett, Captain in Dillon's regiment* 
Edward O'Toolc, Ensign in Dillon's regiment.* 
Luke O'TooIe. 

John Hely, afterwards first Baronet [1]. 
Mark Forstal, afterwards first Baronet [S]. 
John William O'Sullivan, afterwards first Barret [IJ 

> See Uit of Persons concerned in the RchtHen, Scottish History Society Publica- 
tions, vol. VILE., iS9o<, where he is said to have 'furnished the rebels with money and 
' welcomed them to the Town [St. Andrews], advised them to secure the Excise officers 
and their Books, was in the Rebellion and knighted by the Pretender 171 ;, yet has 
' a pension of 5; lib. p. annum from the Trustees for Improvroent of Manufactors.' 

^ They are designated Knights in their letters of appointment as James's Ambassadors 
at Vienna and The Hague respectively. Sir George Jemingbam afterwards (14th June 
1737) succeeded his elder brother as fifth Baronet [E], and died ^ist January 1774. He 
married, 1733, Mary^ daughter and heiress of Francis Plowdcn, Comptroller of the 
Household to James ii and vii and James m and viii, by his wife, Mary, daughter and 
in her issue heiress of the Hon, John Stafford -Howard, younger son of 'William 
(Howard), Viscount Stafford [EJ, the last victim of Titus Oates- His grandson. Sir 
George William, seventh Baronet, was restored as eighth Viscount Stafford, 1824. 

' He is designated a Kriight in the warrant creating him a Baronet. 

* For assisting their kinsman, Sir Charles Wogan, in effecting the escape of the 
Princess Clementina Sobieska from Innspmckj 27th April 1719. See p. 187, 

* On which day he has a commission of Brigadier-General as Sir l^uke OToole. 
' They are designated Knights in the warrants creating theni Baronets. 
I See p. 143, 




1692. Apr. 19. James, Prince of Wales, Duke of Comwall [E] and 
Rothesay [S], 

i, „ „ William (Herbert), first Duke 0/ Powis [E]. 

„ „ „ John (Drummond), first Duke of Mdfort [S]. 

M » .» Francis Nompar (de Caumont), first Duke of Lauzan [F],' 
1706. June 2r. James (Drummond), first Duke of Perth [S]. 
[1714. ? Piers (Butler), first Earl of Newcastle [I].*] 

1716. Apr. 8. John (ErskineX first Z?«iferf <3/J/flr [S]. 
1723. July 30. James (Douglas- Hamilton), fifth Duke of Hamilton [S], 
and second Duke of Brandon [GB], K.T, 

1726. Mar, 5- Philip (Wharton), first Duke of Wharton and iVbr/A«w#fr- 


1727. Apr. 3. James (Fitzjames), Duke of Liria [Spain], Earl of 

Tyn mouth. 
1742. ? Charles, Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornwall [Ej aod 

Rothesay \S\ 
1747. Nov, , Daniel (O'Brien), first £ar/^ZzjffiP« [I], 

^ So created a few weeks previously^ He was fifth Count (i 570) and fifteenth Baron 
{c. 1211) of Lauzan, and died in Paris 19th November 1723, aged ninety. 

* The Duke of Berwick writes to King James, 26th January 1714: — 'Lord Melford 
* is dead, upon which subject my Lord Newcastle told me that, though he believed your 
' Majesty would not grive thai Garter on this side of the water, yet he did designe on this 
' occasion to begg your Majesty will be mindfull of him in proper time. So I thought 
' It necessary to acquaint your Majesty with it, that you may have your answer ready, 
' though indeed if he spakcs in the termes he told me, you will easily know what to 

* C 




1705. Mar. , J^mes(Drummond), Marquis o/Drummond, 

„ „ „ Charles (Hay), thirteenth Earl of Errol [S]. 

„ „ „ William (Keith), ninth Earl Marischal [S]> 
r/oS. Feb. ? William (Keith), ninth Earl Marischal [S]. 

„ May 10. John Baptiste (Gualtcrio), first Earl of Duntiee [S\ 
1716. Apr. 8, James (Butler), second Duke of Ormonde [E and I ], Baron 
Dingwall [S], KG. 

„ „ „ James (Maule), fourth Earl of Fanmurc [S], 

1722. May 25. Arthur (Dillon), first Earl [S] and Viscount [I] (? Dillon). 

1723. July 30. James (Douglas-Hamilton), fifth Duke of Hamilton [S] 

and second Duke of Brandon [G B], K,G.* 
1725. Dec. 29, George (Keith), tenth Earl Marischal [S]. 
„ „ 31. James (Hay), first Earl of htverness [S]. 
„ „ „ William (Maxwell), fifth Earl of Nithsdale [S]. 
„ „ „ James (Murray), first Earl of Dunbar [S]. 

1739. May 15. James (Drummond), third Duke of Perth [S]. 

1740, July 27. James (Douglas-Hamilton), fifth Duke of Hamilton [S] 

and second Duke of Brandon [G B],* 
1742. ? Charles, Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornwall [E] and 

Rothesay [S]. 
1768. - John (Caryll), third Baron Cafyll of Dunford [L\ 

1784. Nov. 30. Charlotte (Stuart), Duchess of Albany [S], 

' The Warrant fnr investing ihe Marquis of Drummond has a note that two similar 
Warrants of the same dale were granted to the Earl of Errol and the Earl Marischal, 
but the latter, at least, would seem not to have been acted upon, as tliere is s fresh 
"Warrant three years afterwards as above. 

' This would seem not to have been acted upon ; see under 27th July 1740, when 
there is a fresh Warrant to the same man. 

^ Noted as antedated at Rome, ist January 1725. 





1692. Oct. 15. Certificate of the nobility of the family of Zouche [Ej on 

the application of the Sieur Zouche de la Lande, who 
represents that he 13 descended from said family. 
„ Dec, 31, Declaration that Francis Leslie^ Seigneur du Clisson, is 
legitimately descended from the noble family of Leslie 
[S], 'which we recognise to be really noble and illus- 
* trious for many centuries back/* 

1693. Feb. I. Certificate of character of Father Dominick White, a 

Capuchin, formerly the King's Chaplain, 

1694. Apr, 15. Declaration that Sir Dominick Knowks [I]^ now residing 

at Nantes, is a gentleman descended from the noble and 
ancient family of Knowles of Orchardstone [I], which is 
descended from an old family [E]. 
„ June . Warrant to James Therry, Herald, to examine the preten- 
sions of John Jacquenot Jackson, Sieur des Auches, a 
Captain in the French army, to bear the arms of the 
family of Jackson of Hickelton, co. York, Baronet [E]» of 
which he pretends to be a cadet, and if he shall appear 
to be descended, to grant him the arms thereof with the 
proper distinctions. 

> This sets forth tha.t whereas Francis Leslie Lesloy du Ctisson, Seigreur de 
Ricordi^res and de ia BesselitrCj Gentleinan in Ordinary to his Most Christian Majesty, 
born in Anjou^ besought us about five years ago in our Privy Council [S] to testify the 
nobility and arms of the family of Leshe, lairds of Balquain, from which the Counts of 
Leslie in Genmany are descended, and which is of the Fame stock as tiiie family of 
Rothes ; and whereas we thereupon directed several noble persons to examine the 
genealogy of the said family, who reported the desrcent of Philip Leslie, great grandfather 
of the said Francis, and the first of his ancestors who emigrated from Scotland (□ 
France, and sectled there, on which the said Council empowered the Kari of Perth, 
Lord Chancellor [S], to pass letters- patents under the Great Seal containing all the 
genealogy of the said Philip Leslie and verifying his nobility, but in consequence of tlie 
sudden outbreak of the rebellion all the documents and the order of the Council 
remained in the Chancery, from which the £aid Francis Leslie cannot get Ihem without 
receiving them under the Seal of the Prince of Orange, whtth he hus refused to do, and 
has besought us to grant him under our Great Seal, for these reasons, and especially 
because the ^aid Francis Leslie especially needs these, our present letters, that one of 
his sOn$ mBy be knighted, who h^d his arm broken a.t tht head of his company at 
the battle of Sieinkirk ; we therefore, etc. etc. With note tliat a French translation of 
the foregoing declaration granted by His Majesty on the attestations produced from 
Scotland, proving ihe several contents thereof, was given to the said Sieur du Clisson, 
dated gth January 1693.. 


1694. Dec. I and 30. Certi6cate that Joho Robertson [S], a Catholic, is a 
very faithful subject, who was forced on account of his 
religion and loyalty to seek refuge in France with his 
wife Magdalin Hepburn, where they arrived only five 
months ago. 
Certificate of the fidelity and services of the Marquis de 
Kerjan during the three years he has served as captain 
of a ship, with permission to him, since at present the 
King has no employment at sea to give him, to take 
service when he pleases, except with the King's 
t, Aug. 30. Certificate of the noblesse of the Hanmer family^ and that 
they have long enjoyed the honours and piivileges of 
Baronets [E]. 
„ Sept. 16. Certificate of the nobility of the family of Ogilvie [S], and 
that James Ogilvie, Sieur de la Perriere, has shown the 
King vouchers of noblesse granted in Scotland to his 
deceased father, John, certified by several lords [S], 
and particularly by the Earl of Aiflie, head of the said 

l6g6. Jan. 21. Certificate that the Countess of Grammont is descended 
from the families of Hamilton and Ormonde, which are 
among the most considerable in Scotland and Ireland. 
„ Oct. 7. Certificate of the nobility of the family of Cary [E], and 
that Mademoiselle Cary is descended therefrom. 

1697. Mar. 14. Certificate that Matthew Crone is a gentleman descended 

from a good family [I]. 

1698. Apr. II. Certificate that the Sieur George Christopher Kast» a 

native of Strasbuj^, has always behaved in his dominions 
as a man honest and zealous for the King's service. 

„ Apr. 12. Certificate that Colonels Johnston and Livingston have 
served the King faithfully on all occasions, that Colonel 
Johnson is a person of the first i^nk [S], and has served 
him faithfully for fourteen years, and was imprisoned by 
the Usurper; that Colonel Livingston belongs to an old 
family [S], and has served him and his late brother 
twenty-four years, was several times wounded in his 
service, was imprisoned by the Usurper and sentenced to 
be hung and quartered, and after being imprisoned for 
three years was banished to France ; and understanding 
that the said Colonels were anxious to serve the Republic 
of Venice, granting them leave and recommending them 
to the Senate. 

„ June 1$. Certificate that Captain Arnold, after serving for a long 
time at sea, served in England as a foot Captain^ where 

*■ Noted as copy of that dale of a certi6{:atc, dated I4ih January 1691. 



„ Nov, 1 8. 
1G99. Mar. 23. 

he did his duty faithfully, and that having followed the 
King to France he has served for seven years on the 
ships of H-M.C.M., where he has always behaved to the 
satisfaction of his superior officers. 
1698. June 17. Certificate that the Sieur Trohy [1], living at Antwerp, 
having lost his parents in the rebellion [I], was forced to 
learn the profession of surgeon^ declaring the said Trohy 
to be such as he could have been, before the practice of 
the said profession, in order that he might enjoy all the 
privileges and advantages he might have claimed by 
his birth. 

„ July 18. CertiScate that James Bignon [E] has long served the 
late King and himself as. a servant, and has always lived 
as an honest man and good Catholic, 
Certificate that Thomas Bragg served as a Captain of 

horse [I] with much zeal and capacity* 
Certificate that Colonel Solomon Slater had been Commis- 
sary-General of the Musters [I] since 13th May 169O, 
and that he had since been expelled [E] for his loyalty^ 

„ Apr. 30. Certificate that Robert Sumervillc [S] is a good Catholic 
and a faithful servant of the King, whom he has served 
with loyalty and distinction as Captain of the Scots 
Guards, and giving him leave to go to Rome. 

„ Aug. 3. Certificate that Sir Terence Macdermot, being Lord Mayor 
of Dublin when the King was there, discharged his 
duties with much zeal and fidelity, and having come to 
France after the battle of Aughrim, has suffered much 
loss in Ireland, in the island of Montserrat, and 
Certificate that Morgan Price, having served the King as 
Captain and Major [I], and having gone to England 
with the King's leave on his private affairs, has been 
banished for having been in the King's service. 
Declaration that George Waters, eldest son of John 
Waters of Newcastle, co. Limerick, is descended from a 
good old family [I]. A copy was given by Lord Caryll, 
29th March 1704, 

„ „ j8. Warrant to James The rry, Athlon e Herald, to examine 
the pedigrees of Julian Campain, Seigneur de St. Julian, 
who desires to be authorised to bear the arms of the 
family of Campain [£], and if he proves to be descended 
from them, to grant him the arms of that family with 
proper distinction ; and of Louis Matthias Becquet, 
Seigneur de Beffe, and Peter Thomas Becquet, Seigneur 
de Moulin le Compte, who claim to be descended from 
the family of Becquet [E]. 

„ Nov. 26, Certificate that Mademoiselle Jeanne Macarty, now at 


H I* 7" 

,. n iS' 


Lisbon, is descended from the ancient house of the 
J Macartys, and that three of her brothers have been slain 

in the King's service. 

1699. Nov. , Certificate that Francis Scott is descended from a noble 

family [S], being brother to the Earl of Tarras, that he 
has been Ensign -Colonel in the regiment of Buchan, 
when he did good service in the last revolution [E], and 
has since served the King in France, and that he has 
become a Cathohc. 

1700. Jan. 2. Declaration that Luke Comerford is a gentleman, the 

issue of parents of gentle blood [I]. 

t. M 31- Certificate that John and Thomas Lyons [I], Catholics, have 
served with credit twelve years in Ireland and France, 
under Colonel Dominick Sheldon, and that, having been 
discharged at the recent muster of the armies of 
H.M.C.M., they cannot return home, being banished for 
their loyalty. 

„ Feb. 3. Declaration that Mr. Thomas O'Clary of Fedan, co, 
Tipperary, is a gentleman and the issue of gentle 
parents [I], 

u „ 4. Declaration that Mr, James Fagan, a native of co. Dublin, 
now residing in Bordeaux, is a gentleman, and is 
descended in a direct line from the noble and ancient 
family of Fagan of Feltrum [I]. 

f, „ 24. Certificate that John Carroll and Daniel Macevay [I], 
Catholics, etc., identical with that to John and Thomas 
Lyons, 31st January. 

„ Mar. I. Certificate that John Osland [E], a Catholic, served faith- 
fully as Major of dragoons in the King's army [I], and 
that he has suffered much and cannot return to England, 
having been banished for his faith and loyalty. 

„ „ 15. Certificate that Louis Matthew Becquet, Seigneur dc 
Beffe, and Peter Thomas Becquet, Seigneur de Moulin 
le Comte, his brother^ now living in Flanders, are de- 
scended from the noble family of Becquets [E], and are 
therefore of gentle descent.^ 

„ „ 17. Certificate that Bartholomew Morrogh, now living in Spain, 
is descended from a family of gentle blood in co. Cork. 

„ May 8. Declaration that Nicholas Geraldin, son of Nicholas, now 
living at St. Malo, is descended from the ancient and 
noble family of the Geraldines of Gurtins, co. Kilkenny, 
which is descended from the very ancient and noble 
family of the Earls of Desmond, as appears by a letter 
of the late Duke of Ormonde and by a genealogy of the 
Geraldines drawn up by Richard Carny, Ulster King of 

^ A copr certified by Lord Caryll and Mr. Naime was given zStb March 1702. 


170a May 10. Declaration that William O'Brien of Tullo Garnony and 
Cross, CO. Limerick, is the son of Terence O'Brien and 
Elizabeth Power, Catholics, descended from the noble 
family of O'Brien of Cuonagh, in that county. 

, June 2. Declaration that William Bourke [I J is a gentleman and 
the issue of parents of gentle birth. 

, „ 14. Certificate that the bearer, James Axton* [E], a Catholic 
and loyal subject of the King, left his country for his 
religion and took refuge in France, where he only asks 
permission to continue to work at his trade of weaver 
at Paris, where he has already worked for several 

„ July 10. Certificate^ that Catherine Fitzgerald, wife of Stephen 
Simon, Sieur du Bourg, is descended paternally from 
the very ancient and noble family of Fitzgerald, Earls 
of Desmond, and maternally from the noble family of 

I, „ 15. Certificate that Thomas Browne has served in the regi- 
ment of Douglas, that the King has seen certificates 
that he was wounded in the left arm at Treves, and has 
lost the use of it, and that he has always been a loyal 

„ „ 28. Certificate that Patrick Hicky, now living in the Rue St. 
Marguerite, Fauxbourg St. Germains, left Ireland with 
the Irish troops, after the capitulation of Limerick. 

„ Aug. 31. Certificate^ that Paul Leonard, now living in Spain, is the 
son of parents of gentle birth of co, Waterford. 

I, Sept. I. Similar certificates in favour of Stephen Leonard,* of, 
Cadiz, elder brother of the above-named Paul, and of 
Nicholas Aylward, of Port St. Marie in Spain.* 

„ „ ,t Certificate that Catherine Macarty, now in a convent at 
Nancy, is of gentle birth and is descended from the 
ancient and gentle family of Macarty Reaghs^ co. Cork. 

I, ,j „ Certificate that Cornelius O'Sullivanj formerly a foot 
Captain in the King's troops [I], afterwards a reformed 
officer in the same troops in France, and now of the 

Noted as solicited by Dr. Betham, in order to procure Mods. Argenson's protection 
for the said Axton. that he might continue his trade in Paris. 

' Noted as granted on the attestations of the Archbishop of Tuam, Lords Clare, 
BritlaSf and BxiniskilLen^ three priests, Dr. Lehy, and Therry, and the original one being 
lost, It was renewed 22nd October. 

^ Noted as granted on the attestations of Sir Andrew Lee, Cgtonel Power, Captain 
Fr. Grant, Counsellor Robert Power, and Therry, and delivefCd to Mr. Waters. 

* Whose birth is attested by Lards Slane, Clare, BrittaSj and Enniskillln} and 

' Whose birth is attested by Lords Brittas and EnniskiUiii, Colonel Power, Captain 
Frank Grant, and Tbcrry. 



Duke of Lorraine's Bodyguard, is a gentleman 
descended from the ancient and gentle family of 
O'Sullivan More, co. Roscommon, 
170a Sept. 25. Certificate* that Edmund Barry, formerly a foot Captain 
[I], and afterwards Lieutenant in H.M.'s Guards in 
France^ is a gentleman descended from the ancient and 
noble family of the Earl of Barrymore, co. Cork* 

„ „ 25. Certificate that Peter Hanley, formerly a Captain-Lieu- 
tenant [I], afterwards a reformed officer in the King's 
troops in France, and now of the Duke of Lorraine's 
Bodyguard, is a gentleman, the son of gentle parents 
in CO. Roscommon. 

„ Nov. §. Certificate that John Coyle, now living in Paris, is the 
legitimate son of parents of gentle birth, Eugene Coyle 
and Catherine Bamewall, Catholics, and is descended 
from the gentle family of Coyle in Connaught, and that 
be and his father, in consequence of their religion and 
loyalty, forfeited all their property [I] and followed the 
King to France, where they served in the armies of the 
M.C.K. till the said Eugene fell in action. 

1701. Jan. 4. Certificate that Stephen Gillet served in the King's troops 

[E] as one of the Bodyguard and afterwards as Ensign 
of infantry* and was made Cornet of dragoons [S], since 
serving in Ireland and France. 
Certificate that John O'Hanlon, now living in PBris^ is 
the son of Edmund O'Hanlon and Honora Hodnett, 
both of gentle birth [I], 
Declaration^ of the pedigree of Thomas Drummond, 
second son of the Earl of Melfort, tracing back the 
descent of the family of Drummond to Maurice, the 
commander of the fleet in which Edgar Atheling and 
his mother Agatha and his sisters Margaret and 
Christina took refuge in Scotland and who was of gentle 
parents in Hungary. 

.1 July 20. Certificate^ that John Ryan, Captain in Lee's Irish 
regiment, is a gentleman descended from the Ryans of 
Glanogaha, Tipperary, a family that has been always 
Catholic and loyal. 

„ Aug. 17. Certificate that Charles Russell, now living at Cadiz, is a 
gentleman descended from the ancient and noble family 
of Russell, Earls of Bedford. 

1702. Mar. 26. Certificate that Daniel O'Rierdane, Captain in Dillon's 

regiment, and Aide-de-camp to the Duke of Vcndome,is 

'' Noted as solicited by and given to Mr. Barry, the King's Pa^e. 
' Noted 33 aatcdated by the King's order^ 19(11 August 16SS. 
' Noted as solicited and delivered to Mr. Ryan, the priest. 



of gentle birth, being descended paternally from the old 
and gentle family of O'Rierdane of Banmore, co. Cork, 
and maternally from the Nolans of Balenoche, co. 

1702. Mar, 26. Certificate in the same form to Theobald Roche. 
„ Apr. 6, Certificate that Oliver Brindijone.fliroird/ in the Parliament 
of Rennes, is of gentle birth, being the grandson of 
Ralph Berraingham, alias Brindijone, a cadet of the old 
and gentle family of Bermingham of Carrick, co. Xildare^ 
who left Ireland about 1564 on account of the persecu- 
tion, and settled in Brittany. 
„ „ Certificate that George Morogh of Morlaix is descended 
from the gentle family of Moroghs of the city of Cork, 
who lost considerable property in the time of Cromwell 
for their loyalty. 
„ 24. Certificate that Daniel 0'Dun[n]e, Captain in Dorington's 
■ regiment, formerly Lieutenant-Colonel in the regiment 
of Charles O'Moorc in Ireland, is descended from an old 
and gentle family in the Queen's county, being son 
of Francis Dun[n]e of Titiehinch, who was killed at 
Aughrim with two of his sons, after raising two foot- 
companies at his own expense for the service of the late 
„ 28. Certificate that Thomas Grace, son of Edmond Grace of 
Ballynily, co. Limerick, is descended from the old and 
gentle Catholic family of Grace of Courtstown, co. 

June 9- Certificate that Christopher Hyrde, of Quercllon, of the 
parish of Chateuneuf, diocese of Quimpcr, is of gentle 
birth, being the grandson of John Hyrde, uaturalised in 
France 1606, who was son of John Hyrde of Drogheda, 
descended from the old and gentle family of Hyrde, 
otherwise O'Hyrde of Ladarath, co. Louth. 

Aug. . Certificates that James Rice, now in Spain in the service 
of H.C.M., is descended from a gentle family of co. 
Limerick, and that Toby Bourke, now in Spain in the 
same service, is descended from the old and noble 
family of Bourke of Clanrickard. 
„ . Warrant to James Therry to examine the claims of Francis 
Richmont, alias Richardson, Lieutenant of dragoons in 
H.M.C.M.'s service, to bear the arms of the family of 
• Richardson of Glasgow, and if he proves his descent 

to grant him the said arms. 

Oct. 31. Declaration of the nobksse of Nicholas Luker^ now 
residing at Bordeaux, who is the son of gentle parents 
in CO. Waterford. 
t, „ Declaration of the noblesse of Daniel O'Brien, now 

2 D 30I 


serving with the troops in France, who is the son of 
gentle parents in co. Cork. 

1702. Oct. 3!. Declaration of the noblesse of Jajnes Kelly, who formerly 

served in Dorington's regiment in France, and who is 
the son of gentle parents in co. Limerick. 
„ Nov. 23. Declaration of the noblesse of Miss Mary Charlotte 
Fleming, daughter of Richard Fleming of Ardagh, co, 
Meath, who is descended from the old and noble family 
of the Barons of Slane. 

1703. Jan. i^. Declarations of the noblesse respectively of Daniel 

Cunigane, son of gentle parents in co. Tipperary ; of 
John Martin, son of gentle parents in co. Limerick ; and 
of Francis de Richemont, (t/^ Richardson, Lieutenant 
of dragoons in H.MX.M.'s service, who is descended 
from the gentle family of the Richardsons of Glasgow. 

„ Mar. 28. Declarations of the noblesse respectively of Peter Nagle, 
formerly Alderman of Cork, the son of gentle parents 
of CO. Kerry; of Micheal Macegan, M.D., residing at 
Dormans in Champagne, the son of gentle parents of 
CO. Clare ; of Garrett Fitzgerald, the son of gentle 
parents of CO. Kildare ; of Richard Butler, the son of 
gentle parents of co. Kilkenny ; and of Patrick Terry, 
now in the service of H.C.M. at Cadiz^ the son of gentle 
parents of the city of Limerick. 

„ Apr 23. Declaration of the noblesse of Philip Francis Becquet, 
Seigneur of Saleppe and Counsellor in the county of 
Douay in similar terms to that granted to his cousins. 

„ May or June. Declaration of the noblesse respectively of Arthur 
O'Brien and Denis Macarty. 

With note that when signing the above, the King, 
with the advice of his Council, resolved to grant no 
more, without very strong reasons, but that notwith- 
standing he had the kindness to grant the one which 
follows at the request of a widow. 

„ June 14. Grant to Elizabeth Tricot, widow of David Bourke, 
formerly Captain of dragoons in Ireland and afterwards 
an officer in the Dublin regiment in France, where he 
was killed in the service of H.M.CM.f who was the son 
of gentle parents in Clare and descended from the old 
and noble family of Bourkes, Lords Castle Connell, and 
Brittas, of a declaration of the noblesse of her said 
husband, that she and her son, Augustine Bourke, may 
avail themselves of it if necessary. 

1704. Mar. 12. Declaration of the noblesse of Malachy O'Laughlin, 

Lieutenant in Dorington's regiment, the eldest son of 
Denis O'Laughlin, younger son of Anthony O'Laughlin, 
Lord of the Barony of Burren, and head of an old and 


gentle family in co, Clare, and of Honora Clancy, 
daughter of the head of the Clancy family and de- 
scended in the fourth degree from the Earls of 

1704. Mar. 13. Declaration that the family of Cunningham, Earls of 

Glcncaira^ is one of the noble and old families among 
the peers [SJ. 
„ Apr. 7, Declaration of the noblesse of John Macnamara, residing 
at ?ort Louis in Brittany, who is descended from the 
old and gentle family of Macnamara, who possessed 
considerable property [I]. 

1705. Jan. 14. Declaration of the noblesse of Roger O'Conlean, formerly 

a Captain [I], and now Lieutenant in Lee's regiment, 
descended paternally from a family who lost their con- 
siderable property in co. Cork for their religion and 
loyalty, and maternally from the old and gentle family 
of Mulronny O'Carroll in Queen's county, head of the 
O'CarroUs [I]. 

„ „ 22. Letters of recommendation to George Colgrave, son of 
Colonel Colgrave^ who served with distinction for several 
years in the army of H.M.C.M., and was lately killed at 
Hochstadt, and who has himself served ten years in the 
same service, and who now wishes to travel, 

„ „ - Declaration of the noblesse of Matthew Dowdall, Comet 
in Sheldon's regiment, son of John Dowdall of Ath- 
lumney, co. Meath, formerly Captain of horse, and 
Elizabeth Macmahon, who belonged to the illustrious 
family of Macmahon of Carrickmacross, co. Monaghan. 

„ Apr. 6. Declaration of the noblesse of John O'Cahane, an Irish 
officer now at Strasburg, eldest son of Colonel Roger 
O'Cahane, head of the old and gentle family of 
O'Cahane, and of Catherine O'Neil, daughter of the 
late Phelix O'Neil, who belonged to one of the principal 
branches of the noble family of O'Neil. 
1705. May . Declaration of the noblesse of Toby Geraldin, who belongs 
to the old and gentle family of Geraldin of Gurteen, co. 
Kilkenny, a branch of the very noble and old family of 
the Geraldins of Desmond, and who is a relative of the 
Nicholas Geraldin of Si. Malo, to whom the King 
granted a declaration of noblesse in 1700. 

„ June 6. Certificate that Sir Richard BuJstrode served Charles l, 
Charles 11^ and James II and VII, in many honourable 
employments both civil and military, that he was for 
many years English Envoy at Brussels, and continued 
there after the usurpation till 1704, when, his corre- 
spondence with France being discovered, he was obliged 
to fly to France, leaving his family in Brussels, when his 



n ^) >i 


property and his wife's, which consisted of houses there, 
was cither cottfiscated, or burnt by the bombardment, 
and she and all her children were obliged to seek refuge 
at St Germains with her husband, who after his long 
and faithful services, being now advanced in years and 
having a very numerous family, is a fit object for the 
charity of H.MC.M. 
1707. Sept. 13. Declaration of the noblesse of Edmund Butler, Major in 
Nugent's regiment of horse, he being descended from 
Lord Cahir's family. 

Declaration of the noblesse of John O'Mara, an officer in 
Nugent's regiment of horse. 

Certificate to two young gentlewomen [I], Cecile and 
Mary Furlong, that their father James Furlong was of 
gentle birth. 
Dec. 10. Declaration to Claude Francis Girardin, sieur of Mont 
Gtjrald, counsellor of the sovereign council of Martinique, 
who, following the genealogical tables certified by 
Therry, herald for Ireland, and by Chcvillard, genealo- 
gist to the M.C.K., is descended from the old family of 
the Giraldins [Jj, and belongs to the same branch as 
that from which M. de Vauvray, Intendant at Toulon, 
and his brother, the late Marquis of Lery, who served 
in Ireland under James IJ and vli, descend, that the said 
family of Giraldin is very old and noble. 
1708* May 4, Declaration of the noblesse of Thomas O'Leyne, now 
living in Paris, who is descended on both sides from 
Catholic and loyal families, who possessed considerable 
estates in Kerry and Limerick. 

Declaration of the noblesse of Valentine Fitzgerald, and 
of the loyalty and attachment of his family to the King's 
service, his father having been killed in Ireland in the 
service of the late King, and his uncle and two brothers 
having been killed in Italy in the service of H.M.C.M. 

Note of certificate to Colonel Fountaine. 

Declaration of the noblesse of Mr. O'Roerk, an officer [I]. 

Declaration of the noblesse of Charles Macarty, an Irish 
priest settle^! in the Diocese of Secz in Normandy, who 
rendered good service to the late King and belongs to 
one of the noblest and oldest families [(]. 

Declaration of the noblesse of Mr. Goufih of Dunkirk. 

Declaration of the noblesse of Donough Macnamara, who 
followed James 11 and vil to France, and is now a 
reformed Captain in Lee's regiment, and who is head of 
the very old and gentle family of Macnamara, and is 
descended maternally from the very old and gentle 
family of Odueri (? O'Dwyer), 

» t7^ 

tyog. Jan. 
„ Mar. 7. 

» Apr. . 
„ Dec. 3. 


1709. Dec. 3. Declaration of the noblesse of Neal Mackean, who 

followed King James II and VII to France, where he 
served ma.ny years at sea, and is now settled at 
„ ,f 31, Declaration of the noblesse of Winifred Macmahon [1], 
wife of John de Chardon de St. Arques. 

1710. Feb. 17. Declaration of the Doblesse of Margaret Roche, descended 

from gentle parents in co, Cork. 
„ Apr. 25. Testimonial from King James in and viit that he has 
seen a certificate from several persons of understanding 
and credit that Colonel O'Donnc!!! of Ramalton is 
nearest kinsman to the Earl of Tyrconncl of that name, 
forfeited in the reign of James i and vi, that his father 
and eldest brother had one after the other the command 
of the Tyrconnel regiment by commission of the Earl, 
afterwards Duke of Ormonde, then Lord-Lieutenant, for 
the service of Kings Charles I and II, wherein one of 
them lost his life fighting against Cromwell, and that 
he himself was very faithful and zealous in his own 
country against the late usurper, and had afterwards 
brought his regiment to France, and that he has on all 
occasions served with honour and distinction. 

May 8. Declaration of the noblesse of David Trant, formerly a 
Major [I], and at present ex-Captain of foot in Bourke's 

Nov, 12. Testimonial that the late Mr. Colgrave served fifteen 
years in France as Lieutenant-Colonel of Lee's regiment 
and was killed at the battle of Hochstadt, and that his 
son. Sir George, has been and now is serving in the same 
regiment as reformed Captain, and that he has always 
done his duty as a good officer and loyal subject 
, 29. Certificate that Bryan Dermot, an Irish merchant at 
Rouen, served the late King during the Irish wars as a 
foot Captain^and that after the capitulation of Limerick 
he left his property and country to follow James 11 and 
VII to France, and served there as an officer till the 
troops were reformed at the Peace of Ryswick, after 
which he was obliged to take to trade to maintain 
himsclfi while his four brothers who came to France 
with him continmed to serve as officers, and have all 
died during the present war, 
"171^, May 8. Declarations of the noblesse of Joseph Fitzgerald, Captain 
in O'Donnell's regiment, and of Richard Barry,* residing 
at Bayonne. 

• With note that a duplicate of tbis last was signed by xht King, June I759i and sent 

to Mr. Marjoribanks at Montpellier. 



i7iJ*May20. Declarations of the noblesse of Laurence Macmahon [I], 
born and settled at St. Male, who is descended from 
the very old and gentle family of the Macmahons of 
Rosdingtoum, co. Galway^ and of Catherine Duvoye, 
at present residing in the district of Montferrat in Italy, 
under the protection and charitable care of the Count 
and Countess of Pro. 
17 13. Feb. 37. Declaration of the noblesse of William, Francis, and 
Xavier Sarsfield, natives of the city of Limerick, sons of 
Ignatius Sarsfield, Major of foot, who after distinguish- 
ing himself by his services in Ireland, followed the late 
King to France and died in Savoy in the service of 
HJM.C.M., and who was the son of Patrick Sarsfield, 
gentleman, of the same city, who was descended in a 
direct line from the branch of the Viscounts Sarsfield of 

„ Mar, 17* Declaration of the noblesse of John O'Callaghan, late 
Captain in O'Brien's regiment, who died lately in 
H.M.C.M/s service, granted to his widow. 

„ May ir. Declaration of the noblesse of Robert Sempill, Captain in 
Lord Galmoye's regiment, who is grandson of the late 
Hugh^ Lord Sempill, Peer of Scotland and sole heir* 
male of the property and the ancient title of the said 
lord, whose fourth son Archibald, father of the said 
Robert, is the only one who left any living male child. 
171 2. June I. Declaration of the noblesse of Edmond Cotte, Captain of 
a free company of one hundred fusiliers in the service 
of H.M.C.M. in Languedoc. 

„ „ „ Certi6cate that all the brothers of the late Sir Ignatius 
White [I], a Baronet [E] and Marquis of Albeville 
[HRE], formerly Envoy-Extraordinary to Holland 
from James U and VII, and his Secretary of State [I]» 
have died, and that the sole heirs of all these brothers 
nre the daughters of the said Marquis of Albeville, who 
are at present with their mother in the service of the 
Queen of Spain and the Prince of the Asturias at Madrid. 

„ „ 15. Declaration of the noblesse of Miles MacSwiney, Captain 
of dragoons in Mahony's regiment in Spain, who is the 
eldest son and heir of [ ] MacSwiney of Ballymacnce, 
CO. Limerick, and of Jane O'Brien, daughter of Demetrius 
O'Brien, of Derry, who is descended paternally from the 
old and illustrious family of MacSwincy, and maternally 
from the old and noble family of O'Brien, Earl of 

„ July i8. Declaration of the noblesse of Richard Butler, residing at 
St. Malo, descended from the old and gentle house of 
Paulstown, co. Kilkenny. 



1714. Oct 17. 
171S' Mar. 18, 

1717* Aug. 8. 

1726. Feb. 19, 
„ Mar. [8. 
„ Apr. 12. 

,. July 2. 
„ Sept. 23. 

1227. Jan. 31. 

1728. Jan. 17, 

Feb. 16. 

Oct. 18. 

1729. May iS. 

1730. Feb. 3, 

„ Aug. 18, 

Declaration of the noblesse of Constantius Egan, Captain 
in Berwick's regiment. 

Declaration of the noblesse of Clara Devereux, paternally 
descended from the house of Devereux of Ballymaguire 
[I], and maternally is allied to the Earls of Kildare and 
Westmcath [I], and Lord Montague Brown [E]. 

Declaration of the noblesse of Charles Macarty, gcntld- 
raan [I], Captain of foot in Dorington's regiment, 
issue of the ancient and illustrious family of Macarty 

Declaration of the noblesse of the Abb^ William Thomas 

Declaration of the noblesse of Edward Warren^ Lieutenant 
of artillery in the service of the Duke of Lorraine. 

Attestation in favour of Charlotte Whyte, Countess of 
Alby, Marchioness of Albeville of the Empire, Lady of 
Honour to the Queen of Spain, and the legitimate 
daughter of the late Sir Ignatius Whyte of Ireland, 
Baronet [E], Count of Alby and Marquis of Albeville, 
late Ambassador to Holland from James II and VII, and 
his Secretary of State, wife of the Sieur Antoine de 
Sartine, Knight of the Order of St Michael, and Count of 
Alby and Marquis of Albeville in right of his marriage. 

Confirmation of the declaration of the noblesse (dated 
7th March i6gi) of Nicholas Geraldine FitzTheobald. 

Declaration of the noblesse of Colonel William Lacy 
of the Spanish service, descended from the Lacys of 
Kilminere, co. Limerick. 

Declaration of the noblesse of William FitzGibbon, 
Lieu ten ant- Colonel in the Imperial service,' 

Declaration of the noblesse of Redmond Roche, Captain 
of a regiment of fusiliers in the Sardinian service. 

Declaration of the noblesse of the children of the late 
Anthony de Mannery, Lieutenant-Colonel of the Dillon 
regiment, viz. : — John Anthony and Justin, foot Captains 
in the said regiment, and John Vincent and Arthur 
Mannery, Captains r^form^ in the said regiment, and 
Marie Elizabeth de Mannery. 

Declaration of the noblesse of Daniel Ohaguerty, gentle- 
man, living at Nancy in Lorraine, 

Declaration of the noblesse of [ ] Higgons. 

Declaration of the noblesse of Peter Barrel^ Captain in the 
regiment of the Duke of Saxe Weimar in the service 
of the King of Poland. 

Declaration of the noblesse of Florence Macarty, Captain 
of a regiment in the Imperial service. 

1 Endorsed : ^Renewed Feb. 1732.' 



1730. Nov. IS. Declaration of extraction to Charles Evans, son of the 

late William Evans [E]. 

1731. June 20, Declaration of the noblesse of Arthur Magenis, Captain 

in the regiment of Lee, descended from an ancient and 
noble family [I], 
t, July 31. Declaration of the noblesse of George Francis de Ward 
Barry^ and of Thomas Charles de Ward Barry, his 
brother, of a family living in Lorraine, since 1673, issue 
of the Earls of Barrymore. 

1732. Feb. 15. Declaration of the noblesse of Lieutenant-Colonel William 


„ Mar. 26. Declaration of the noblesse of Elizabeth Bridget, Frances 
Catherine Julia, Anne Marie Xaviereand Josepha Marie 
dc Jesus, daughters of Sir Peter Redmond and Dame 
Anne Parker or Redmond. 

„ Aug. 13. Declaration of the noblesse of Peter Dorington, Captaio 
riformJ in the regirnent of Rothe, and nephew of the 
late [William] Dorington, Lieutenant-General of our 
armies, descended from a noble family [E]. 

1733. Mar, 27. Declaration of the noblesse of William de FitzGibbon, 

Lieu ten ant -Colonel in the French service, Governor of 
Isola, son of Maurice de FitzGibbon and Emilia Power, 
and of his wife Anastazia, daughter of Florence Macarty 
and Anna FitzGerald of Coblent^. 

„ May 15. Declaration of the noblesse of Dorothy Mildmay [E]. 

„ Jan, 13. Protection accorded to Marjoribanks. Main^ Bowman, and 
Black, *our subjects living at Cadiz.'^ 
1735. Oct. 20. Declaration of the noblesse of Thomas Gardiner, Lieu- 
tenant of a hundred Swiss in the service of the Queen- 
' Dowager of Spain, and eldest son of William Gardiner 

of Mollonohne, co. Tipperary. 
Declaration of the noblesse of James O'Hanlan, esquire 
avocat to the Parliament of Paris, descended from a 
noble family of Ulster. 
Declaration of the noblesse of John Machugo de Burgo 
Of Burke de Ballinbrouder, Major in the regiment of 
Lorraine in the Imperial service, lineally descended from 
the family of Burke of the co. of Clanricarde, and that 
Theresa Roche, his spouse, is daughter of the late John 
Roche, uncle to the present Lord Roche, Viscount of 
Fermoy, and of Anne Sarsfield, 'nomm^ de la cour de 
' Sarsfield,' from which family is descended the Earl of 
Lucan and the Viscount Sarsfield of Kilmallock.* 

^ Endorsed; 'Renewed of the same to the two first only at Mr. Marjoribanks' request.* 
> Endorsed : 'The King signed a duplicate of this in December 1753, and it was sent 
to Mr. Machugo.' 


1736- Oct. 15. Declaration of the noblesse of James Smith (in the Irish 
language MacGavan), Doctor of Philosophy and of 
Medicine, and an Associate of the University of 

1737. Aug. 7. Declaration of the noblesse of Alexander Ogilvy, living at 
Autun in Burgundy, son of Patrick Ogilvy, an officer in 
the service of King James II and VII, descended from 
the family of Ogilvy of Boyne. 

173S. Mar. 7. Declaration that the Irish regiment now commanded by 
Edward Bourk, Brigadier in the French service, was 
raised in 168S, by order of James II and VII, and named 
the Queen's regiment 

1739. Mar. 3. Declaration of the noblesse of Maurice FitzGerald, Captain 
in the Irish regiment of Buchy, son of Edmond, son of 
Richard, son of Edmond, son of the Chevalier John 
FitzGerald of Cloyne. 
„ Apr. 3. Declaration of the noblesse of John Power, now of Li^ge, 
one of a family very ancient and noble in co. 
„ „ 15. Declaration of the noblesse of Frances Christian Butler, 
daughter of James Butler of Killcop [I], of a good and 
Catholic family, nearly related to Lord Cahir and to 
Butler of Killcagh, and who was distinguished at the 
time of the Revolution for his loyalty to King James, 
and passed into France, with the rank of Major of the 
Irish cavalry regiment of Sheldon, afterwards com- 
manded by the Duke of Fitzjames, in which he served 
as Major and Colonel with distinction. 

17^. May 4. Declaration of the noblesse of Thomas Bourk, Lieutenant 
in the regiment of Foot Guards in the service of the 
King of Sardinia, son of Lord Castleconnel [I]. 
„ Nov. 9. Protection by the King to Charles Smith [S], established 
at Boulogne. 

1741. Mar, 3, Declaration of the noblesse of John O'Suilivan, Captain of 
the infantry regiment of Dauphiny. 

1743. Oct. 7. Declaration of the noblesse of Demoisille Evers [E], 
now in the ' la communant^ de I'eafant Jdsus k 
' Paris' 
Declaration of the noblesse of James Grant, descended in 
a direct line from the old Barons of Iverque and 
Chevaliers of Glynocgrant. 
Declaration of the noblesse of Charles Macarthy^ born at 
Brest, son of Timothy Macarthy, surnamed Latousche, 
and of Dame Eleanor Sh&e of the house of Sh^e of 
Kilkenny, and grandson of Denis Macarthy, Seigneur 
de Themolegue, descended from the illustrious family 
of Macarthy Reagh, Lords of Carbery. 
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1745. May la Declaration of the noblesse of Henry Fitzmaurice, native 
of Listonhill [I], Knight of the Military Order of St. 
Louis of France, and one of the gentlemen of our 
service, descended from one of the most illustrious 
families, and nephew maternally of Richard Pierse, late 
Bishop of Waterford, who was for some years an exile 
in France for his religion, 'and we farther certify and 

* attest that he had a brother named Richard, who 
' passed into the service of H.C.M., and was killed as 
' Captain of dragoons in the regiment of Vallejo, leaving 
' twodaughterSp one a nun at Madrid, now dead, and Che 

• other named Jane Frances, widow of Don Anthony 
' Movante, who died Governor of Auza.' 

» July 5. Declaration of the noblesse of [ ] Rutlidge, armatfur 
living at Dunkirk, son of James Rutlidge, Ksquire, of 
the family of Rutlidge of the province of Lemster [I], 
and of Dame Juliana Blake, daughter of the Knight 
Baronet, Thomas Blake of the province of Connaught. 
» » ^9> Declaration of the noblesse of Marie O'Haugherne, 
daughter of Simon O'Haugherne, who was Lieutenant 
in the 2nd company of the Body Guards of James II, 
and afterwards Major of the regiment of the Guards of 
the same King, known as Dorington's and now Rothe's 
regiment, who was son of William O'Haugherne, Lord 
of Cairgirea and other places, and of Elizabeth Tobin, 
daughter of John Tobio of Garienuelly, son of John 
O'Haugheme and Eleanor Wanton, daughter of Maurice 
Wanton of Kiluatounig, son of Maurice O'Haugheme 
and Mary O'Brien, daughter of Denis O'Brien of 

J746. May 23. Declaration of the noblesse of Francis Balthazar Walle, 
Knight, Lord of Mesnutz in the diocese of Chartris 
in Beauce, late Lieutenant in the regiment of French 
Guards, Governor of the town and castle of Main in 
Picardy for H.M.C.M., descended from the Walles of 
Johnstown, etc. 

1747. Oct. 4. Declaration of the noblesse of William Power^ captain in 
Ireland, and Aide-de-camp to H.S.H. the Duke of 
Modena, son of the late John Power, son of John Power 
Lord of Ballylinaiie and of Ballinebanogej co. Waterford, 
and of Dame Mary O'Ryan of Limerick, which John 
Power was son of Marish Power, son of John Power, 
descended from Lord Power, Baron of Donoyle.^ 

174S. July 17. Declaration of the noblesse of James Macdonald [S], 
Captain of a company in the Royal Farnese regiment. 

' Endorsed: 'Duplicate sent March 1749.' 


t» H »T 

descended from the family of Macdonald of Inverghy- 
5evan, cadet of that of Clanranald.^ 

174S. Oct. 4. Declaration of the noblesse of the late Anthony de 
Mannery, father, by his marriage with Marie Nicole, 
daughter of the Count of Rantzau, of John Anthony de 
Mannery, Justin de Mannery, John Vincent dc Mannery, 
Arthur de Mannery, and Elizabeth de Mannery^ who 
was Lieutenant-Colonel artd Brevet- Colon el of the Irish 
infantry regiment of Dillon, and was killed at the 
battle of Chiary, having been born a gentleman, the 
issue of a family illustrious and ancient in Ireland. 
Declaration that James Anthony Thaddeus Omehegan^ 
Captain and Aide-Major in the regiment 'de la Couronne/ 
William Alexander Omehegan, priest, and Mary Cathe- 
rine Omehegan, are the children of the late Chevalier 
Omehegan, late commandant by brevet at La Salle, 
in Cevennes, and Dame Elizabeth Russell Omehegan, 
daughter of William Russell of Ballymanseanlan [I], 

'749' July 8' Declaration that Lawrence Ley, now residing at Cadiz, 
13 the legitimate son of Nicholas Ley and of Anne 
Langton, natives of Kilkenny. 

1750. Jan, 4. Declaration of the noblesse of Bartholomew Joseph 

Mahony, Esquire, one of the Doctors in Ordinary to the 
King, son of Eugene Mahony and Eleanor FitzMaurice. 
I, Apr. 20. Declaration of the noblesse of James White [I], now 
living at La Rochelle. 

1751. Feb. . Declaration of the noblesse of Andrew O'Carroll [I]^ now 

living at Cordova. 

1752. Dec. 7. Declaration of the noblesse of Marianne Macmanus 

Maguire, daughter of Charles Macmanus of Lough 
Earne, and of Mary Maguire of Crohan, widow of 
James Egan of Kilbaran, son of Eustace, and grandson 
of O'CaroU, who was captain of an Irish infantry regi- 
ment in the service of the Kii^ of the two Sicilies. 

1753. Nov. 3, Declaration of the noblesse of Charlotte Michel Russell, 

Countess of Tressan, wife of Louis Elizabeth de 
I'Avergne, Count of Tressan, Lieutenant-General of the 
armies of H.M.C.M,, descended from the family of 
Russell, of whom the greatgrandfather left England and 
established himself at Vitri in Champagne, as is attested 
by documents under the hand and seal of Sir Charles 
Russell of Waltham, Baronet. 

1754. Mar. 18. Declaration of the noblesse of Thomas O'Kean, M.D., 

living at Chalons-sur-Soane, in Burgundy. 

' Endorsed ; ' In Juljr i7i;2 thcK wu a duplicate of this decUracionT sought by and 
sent to Capiaia Macdonald.' 

21 1 


1754. July s. Declaration of the noblesse of Anthony Arthur Boduel^ 
living at Tarifee, in Spain, avocat du ConseU Royale et 
subdiUgiic de la mer,?ovk of John Arthur Boducl, who 
was born at Tangiers in 1667, when it belonged to 
Charles II, and whose father, Thomas Boducl, was a 
native of England. 
„ „ 27, Declaration of the noblesse of Henry Scrope [E], now 
living at Livourne. 
Declaration of the noblesse of Stephen Francis Remond, 
of a family established for several years in the province 
of Brittany in France, descended from the ancient and 
noble family of Remond or Redmond [I]. 
r755, Aug. 8. Declaration of the noblesse of Louis Kennedy, living at 
Perpignan, son of Louis Daniel Kennedy, who died at 
Perpignan, and grandson of Philip Kennedy [I], captain 
of grenadiers in the regiment of Lee in the French 
1756. Dec. i3. Declaration of the noblesse of John Brigeat, Postmaster 
at Ligny in Barrois, descended through Jane Lambert, 
his mother, from the ancient and noble family of 
Lambert of Bally hire [I], 
1757 May 7- Declaration of the noblesse of Anne Coghan, native of 
St. Germains-en-Laye,and legitimate daughter of Terence 
Coghan, Knight of the Royal and Military Order of 
St. LouiSf late Captain of the cavalry regiment of 
FitzJames, who was descended from the ancient and 
noble family of MacCoghan [I], and of Helen Evers, 
daughter of Richard Evers, Knight of the Royal and 
Military Order of St. Louis, colonel rifonnc d la suite 
d' Arras in Artois, descended from the ancient and noble 
family of Evers [E]. 
1763. May 19. Declaration of the noblesse of Richard Thomas FitzGerald, 
priest, now at Rome, son of Richard FitzGerald and 
Eleanor Tyrrell, descended on both sides from families 
of gentle birth.^ 
„ Nov. 15. Declaration of the noblesse of Richard Thomas FitzGerald, 
Canon of St. Martin's at Liege and Superior of St 
Julian at Rome, legitimately descended from Richard 
FitzGerald and Eleanor Tyrrell^ his father and mother, 
and from John FitzGerald and Mary Dempsey, his 
paternal grandfather and grandmother, and from 
Richard Tyrrell and Cecilia Duksinficldv his maternal 
grandfather and grandmother. 

' Endorsed: 'The above declaration not being thought sufficiently full for Mr. 
' FitzGerald's reception into the chapter of Si. Martm's at Li^ge, the King was pleased 
"■ to grant ihiB [one] following.' 



1760. Jan. 27. Declaration of the noblesse of Charles^ and Clementina 
Krskine, children of Colin Erskine, arm., son of 
Dominus Alexander Erskine of Cambo, Knight Bsu'onet, 
son of Charles Erskine of Cambo, Knight Baronet> 
second son of Dominus Alexander Erskine,' Earl of 
Kellie, son of Dominus Thomas Erskine, first Earl of 
Kellie, son of Dominus Alexander Erskine of Gogar, 
Knight, second son of John, Earl of Mar. 

* He afterwards held the office of Awocato del diavolo at Rome, and died s.p. 19th 
March 181 1. 

' This Alexander Erskine, styled Viscount Fentoun, was never Earl of Kellie, 
having died v.p. February 1633. 




1689. Jan. 

1694. June -1696. 



-1689. Aug. 25, John (DrummondX first Earl of Melfort, 
K,T,, principal Secretary of State.* 
. Hon. Henry Browne," Secretary of State 
for England. 
Father Lewis Innes, Principal of the 
Scots College at Paris, Secretary of 
State for Scotland. 
Sir Richard Nagle, Secretary of State for 
. Sir James Montgomery* of Schermarley, 
Secretary of State for Scotland, 
-1694. June . John (Druramond), first Duke of 
Melfort [S], K.T. 
Charles (Middleton), second Earl 
. Charles (Middleton), second Earl 
of Middleton [S]. 
John CaryU.'^ 
-1702. . Charles (Middleton), second 

Middleton [S].« 
-1703. . [?John Caryll.] 

-1713. Dec. 24. ? Charles (Middleton), second 
Middleton [S], first Earl 
mouth [E], 


Sees, of 


Sees, of 
Earl of 

Earl of 
of Man- 

' On 2Sth August 1689 he was sent on a mission to Louis X3V. 

* Clarke, Life of Janus 11^ h. p. 411, quoting Kennet, i. p. 601. 

* Aftet^ards (1708} fifth Viscount Montagu [E]. 
' Clarke, ii. p. 427. He and the Earl of Annaodale, who had at the same time been 

appointed CommissLoner to the Scots Parliament, almost immediately submitted to the 

* Caryll appears to have been acting (or posaibly Under-) Secretary of Stale from 
about 1690 to his death, 4th September 171 1. On 5th October 1706 he had a promise 
from James to pay to him, his heirs or assigns, six months after his return to England, 
the sum of livres for salary due to him as Secretary of State, and what further 
sum shall then be due. This is endorsed ; ' Lord Caryll transferred thiis promise to 
' the Benedictine nuns of Dunkirk, who are in possession of it, he having senl it to 
* the abbess 17th October liob * {Calendar o/Siuart Papers, i. p. 208}, 

° Middleton resij^ed the secretaryship on becoming a Catholic, and was not 
reappointed till the following year. Caryll probably acted as soie Secretary during 
this period. 

'^ On the death of Lord Caryll, 4th September 1711, David Nairne succeeded him 
as Under-Secretary of State. 



1713. Dec. 24-1715. July . 5/r Thomas Higgons. 

1715. July -1716, Mar. . Henry (St. John), first Earl of BoUng- 

broke [E]. 

1716. Mar. -1724. . John (Erskine), first Duke of Mar [S], 


1724. -1725' Mar. 25. John (Hay), first Earl of Inverness [S], 

K. Z., temporary Secretary of State. 

1725. Mar, 25-1727. Apr, 3. John (Hay), first Earl of Inverness [S], 

1727. Apr. 3- . 5jr John Graeme, first ^arciw/ [Sp 

1727.* -1747- Oct . James (Murray), first Earl of Dunbar 

1747. Nov. -1759. Oct . Daniel (O'Brien), first Earl of Lisntore 

1759. Oct -1763. . John (Graeme), ^T%t Earl of Alford\%\ 

1763. •1764. Sept 24. James Edgar, Secretary untitled.' 

1764. Sept. 24-1 76S. Dec. 8. Andrew Lumsden, Secretary untitled. 
1768. Dec. 8-1777. . John Baptist (Caryll) third Baron Caryll 


^ This was probably only a temporary appotntmeitt. 

* John Murray of BronghtOD was Secretary of State to the Prince Regent while in 
Scotland, 1745-1746. 

' He had been secretary to the King since 171& 





^^^^^^^V i6$9 

. May 6. Sir John Sparrow, mentioned as Clerk Controller of the ^M 

Household, ^H 


„ „ Nathaniel Gautherne, to be Clerk of the Kitchens and ^^ 

Spicery. ^ 


„ „ Richard Crump, to be Yeoman of the Pantry and Ewry. ^M 


„ „ Francis Miner, to be Yeoman of the Pastry, ^M 


„ „ Jeremiah Broomer, to be First Yeoman of the Kitchen. ^| 


„ „ Charles Macarty, to be Yeoman of the Butteries and Yeo- H 

man of the Chaundry. ^M 


„ „ Thomas Atkins, to be Master Cook in Ordinary to His | 

Majesty's person. ^M 


„ ,. James Menzies, to be Yeoman of the Silver Scullery. ^^^H 


„ „ John Read, to be Yeoman of the Confectionary. ^^^H 


„ 13. William (Herbert), Duke a/ Pawts[K], mentioned as Lord ^M 

Chamberlain of the Household. ^M 


„ „ Walter, Lord Dungan (eldest son of William (Dungan), H 

first Earl of Limerick [1]), to be a Gentleman of the ^M 

Bedchamber, ^^H 


June I. John Prieur» to be Page of the Bedchamber. ^^^H 


„ Charles Forestier, to be Page of the Bedchamber. ^^^H 


„ 29. Arthur Magennis, to be Equerry to the King. ^^^^B 

^H 1691. 

Dec 13. Bevil Skelton, mentioned as Comptroller of the House- ^H 



„ y, Francis Gaultier, to be Gentleman of the Butteries and ^^M 

Yeoman of the Chaundry. ^^M 


„ „ Charles Macartie, to be Gentleman and Yeoman of the ^H 

Cellars. ^H 

^H 169;!. 

Feb. I. Father Dominick White and Father Manusat, Capuchins, ^H 

mentioned as lately the King's Chaplain and Confessor ^H 

respectively. ^H 


Mar. 13. Dr. Daniel Day, to be Physician to the family and house* ^H 

hold, with all the privileges thereunto belonging, and, ^H 

after the Restoration, with all the fees, salaries, etc., ^| 

usually enjoyed therewith. ^H 


„ 20- [ ] Ginnari, to be His Majesty's first Painter. ^H 

^^^B 1694. 

Dec. 24. William (Herbert), first Duke a/ Powis [E], Lord Cham- ^H 

bcrlain. Bevil Skclton, Comptroller of the Household, ^^^H 

















, Mar 



June 20. 

Robert Strickland, Vice- Chamberlain to the Queen, 
and Henry Conquest, to be Commissioners of the 
Household. Renewed 24th December 1695. 

1694. Jan. . Don James Ronchi, mentioned as having been First 

, Almoner to the Queen since her arrival from England, 

and Don Pellegrino, his brother, as Almoner to the 
Queen, and with having been several years in her 

1695. June 2. Francis Plowden and Edmund Perkins, to be Under 

Governors in Ordinary; Thomas Nevil, Thomas Bclasis, 
and Walter Strickland, to be Grooms of the Bedchamber 
in Ordinary ; and James Symes and Lawrence Dupuy, 
to be Gentlemen Waiters in Ordinary to the Prince of 
Sir William Walde^rave, to be first Physician to the King. 
John Constable, to be Clerk of the Kitchen in Ordinary, 
Denis Granville, Dean of Durham, mentioned as Chaplain 

to the King. 
Henry Parry, to be Clerk of the Kitchen in Ordinary in 

the room of Nathaniel Gauthern, deceased. 
Richard Hamilton^ to be Master of the Robes. 
David Nairne, to be Clerk of Her Majesty's Council^ of 
her Revenue, and of the Registrar of her Court, com- 
monly called the Queen's Court, and Keeper of the Seal 
of her Council. 
„ July 30. James Porter, mentioned as Vice -Chamber! a in of the 

„ „ „ Hon. John Stafford Howard, to he Comptroller of the 

„ Aug. 12. John Stafford [? Howard], Comptroller of the Household, 
Robert Strickland, Vice-Chamberlain to the Queen, 
and Henry Conquest, to be Commissioners of the 

1. >i 19^ James (Drummond), fourth Earl of Perth [S]t to be 
Governor of the Prince of Wales. 

1697. Feb. I. William Berkenhead, to be Clcfk of the Kitchen, in the 

room of John Constable. 
„ May S. Mr. Lewis Inese, Principal of the Scots College in Paris, 
mentioned as Almoner to the Queen. 

1698. Jan. 23. John Stafford Howard, Comptroller of the Household, 

Robert Strickland, Vice-Chamberlain to the Queen, Sir 
Richard Nagle, Henry Conquest, and Sir William Ellis, 
to be Commissioners of the Household. 

Dudley Bagnall [? of Newry, Ireland], to be Groom of the 

Pierce (Butler^ third Viscount Galmoye [I], to be Gentle- 
man of the Bedchamber. 




. Feb. 


Father Naish, a Recolet, mentioned as Chaplain to Queen ^| 
Mary. ^M 




[ ] Riva, brother of Louis Riva, an Olivetan, cellarer ^M 
of St. Michael in Bosco^ mentioned by Queen Mary as ^M 
having served her well for many years as an officer of ^M 
her Wardrobe. ^H 




John Stafford Howard, Comptroller of the Household^ H 
Robert Strickland, Vice- Chamberlain to the Queen, ^| 
Henry Conquestf Sir William Ellis, and Thomas Sheri- ^M 
dan, to be Commissioners of the Household. ^M 




[nnocentio Fede, to be Master of the Music of the Chapel ^M 
Royal. ^1 




Innocentio Fede, to be Master of Her Majesty's private ^M 
Music> ^M 



Count Charles Molza, to be a Gentleman Usher of Her ^M 

Majesty's Privy Chamber. ^| 




Roger North, mentioned as Attorney'^General to Queen ^M 
Mary. ^M 




Robert Strickland, late Vice- Chamberlain to the Queen, ^M 
to be Treasurer and Receiver- General of all her rents ^M 
atid revenues. ^M 




Francis Plowdcn, to be Comptroller of the Household** ^M 




Dominick Sheldon and William Dickeson {Dicconson), to ^M 
be Under Grooms to the Prjnce of Wales ; Charles ^M 
Leyburne, Thomas Sakvill, and Sir John Gfffbrd, Bart.. ^M 
to be Grooms of the Bedchamber. ^f 




Francis Flowden, Comptroller of the Household, Henry H 
Conquest, Sir William Ellis, Thomas Sheridan, and Sir ^| 
Richard Bulstrode, to be Commissioners of the House- ^M 




Henry Conquest, to be Clerk of the Green Cloth. ^H 

^^^^^^^^H 1701 

. Jan. 


Nestor Helmc, to be Watchmaker to the King. Renewed ^M 
24th April 1702. ^M 




Christopher Chilton, to be one of the Clerks of the Green ^M 
Ctoth. Antedated 24th March 1695. ^M 




Harcourt Berkenhead and John Simpson, to be Clerk of ^M 
the Kitchen and Yeomen of the Ewry respectively. ^m 




Robert Power, mentioned as King's Counsel ^M 



Warrant to Henry Conquest to pay all bills relating to the ^B 
Household, though only signed by Thomas Sheridan ^| 
and Sir Richard Bulstrode, during the absence of Francis H 
Flowden and Sir William Ellis, the other Commissiooers ^B 
of the Household.* ^| 


He die 

d before 3ist April 1714, when Mary Flowden, widow of Francis Flowden, ^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^H the Comptroller 

of (he HousehaEd, had a discbarge from all claims and demands foe ^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^H money 

his hands for the King's use. ^H 



as the last warrant signed by King James II and VIL ^H 





^ 1 




i6th September i7oi-2ist June 1706 ^^B 

^^m 1 701 

. Oct 

. 17. James Porter, to be Vice- Chamber la in of the Household. ^^M 



„ James (Drummond), first DuAe of Perth [SJ, to be ^H 
Governor of the King. ^^| 



^, Dominick Sheldon and WiUiam Dickeson, to be Under ^^| 
Governors of the King. ^^| 



„ Richard Hamilton, to be Master of the Kobes. ^^| 



^, Thomas Neville, Charles Leybourne, Thomas SackviUc^ ^^| 
Sir John Gifford, David Lloyd, Richard Biddulph, Sir ^H 
Raadell Macdonnell, Richard Trevanion, Dudley Bag- ^H 
nell, Daniel MacDonnell, George Rattrey, and Charles ^^| 
Booths to be Grooms of the Bedchamber. ^H 



„ Dennis Carney, John Ronchi, Thomas Wivell, and John ^H 
Copley, to be Gentlenaen Ushers of the Presence. ^^| 



„ Francis Flowden, to be Comptroller of the Household. ^^| 



„ John SCafTord, to be Vice-Chamberlain to the Queen. ^^| 



20. Timothy Doyle and John Nash, to be King's Messengers ^^| 
in Ordinary and Riding Messengers. ^^^^M 



24. John Constable, to be First Physician in Ordinary to the ^^^| 
King. ^^M 



„ Calahan Garvan, to be Physician to the Household. '^^M 



„ Henry Conquest, to be Clerk of the Green Cloth. ^^M 



26. Henry Farry, to be Clerk of the Kitchen in Ordinary. ^^| 



27. John DuttoD^ John Baggot, James Ncagle, Thomas ^^| 
Higgins, James Symes, and Lawrence Dupuy, to be ^^M 
Gentlemen Ushers of the Privy Chamber. ^^M 



2g. Harcourt Berkenhead, to be also Clerk of the Kitchen in ^^M 
Ordinary, ^H 



„ Christopher Chilton, to be Clerk of the Green Cloth. ^^| 



,, Christopher Williams, to be Yeoman of the Accompting ^^m 

House. ^^M 



„ Patrick Owens, to be Messenger of the Accompting ^H 
House. ^^M 



„ Humphrey Prescot, to be Yeoman Baker. ^^| 



„ Richard Pemberton, to be Yeoman of the Pantry. ^H 



„ Charles Macartie, to be Gentleman and Yeoman of the ^H 
Wine Cellar. ^M 


„ John Read, to be Yeoman Confectioner. ^H 

219 ^H 






zcf. John Sympson, to be Yeoman of the Ewry. ^H 




„ Francis Gautier, to be Gentleman of the Buttery and ^H 
Yeoman of the Chaundry. ^H 




„ Jeremiah Broomer, to be Master Cook. ^^^^H 




„ John de la Roche, to be First Yeoman of the Mouth. ^^^^H 


■ ■ 


„ Thomas Fox, to be Groom of the Frivy Kitchen. ^^^^H 




„ Matthew Creagh, to be Child of the Frivy Kitchen. ^^^^| 


■ I 


,, John Martinash, to be Yeoman of the Larder ^^^^| 




„ John Menzies, to be Yeoman of the Scullery. ^^^^| 




„ Doctor John Betham, to be Preceptor to the King. ^^^H 




n Doctor John Ingleton, to be Under Preceptor to the King. ^| 




30- The Duchess of Ferth [S], and the Countess of Almond ^H 
[S], to be Ladies of the Bedchamber in Ordinary to the ^M 
Queen. ^H 




30.] The Countess Molza^ Lady Strickland, Mrs. Strickland. ^H 
and Mrs. Biddulph, to be Bedchamber Women to ^H 
the Queen. ^H 




„ Mr. Cane, Mr. Hatcher, Count Molza, and Mr. Caryll,* to ^H 
be Gentlemen Ushers of the Privy Chamber. ^H 




„ Guy Foster, Joseph Fersico, Edmund Barry, and Matthew ^H 
Turene, to be Gentlemen Ushers of the Presence. ^H 




„ Roger Strickland^ to be Page of Honour. ^H 




„ [ ] Person, [ ] Battiste, [ ] Haywood, and ^H 
[ ] Frieur, to be Pages of the Backstairs. ^H 




4. Ralph Sheldon and Richard Biddulph^ to be Equerries. ^H 




„ Robert Buckenham, to be Equerry of the Great Stables. ^^^H 


■ 1 


„ John Lewin, to be Riding Purveyor. ^^^^| 




„ Gerald Devereux, to be Purveyor of the Stables. ^^^^M 




„ Captain Henry Griffith, to be Yeoman Saddler. ^^^^| 




„ Jolie Falvie, to be Harbourer of the Deer. ^^^^H 




,, John Dixey, to be Body Coachman. ^^^^H 




„ Henry Kerby, ) , ^, . ^^^^1 
„ Thomas Umsworth, [ *^ ^^ Chairmen. ^H 


■ 1 


„ Thomas Connor, to be Farrier, ^^^^| 


• 1 


„ Bryan O'Bryan, Denis O'Bryan, Alex-' 



ander Stewart, Nicholes Milncr, 
LoTcIl Webb, John Perry, and 
Andrew Symes, 

to be Footmen. ^^^^| 




„ Leonard Wait, Patrick Maguirk,' 
Denis Ryan, Edward Douglas, Ed- 

to be Grooms. ^^^H 


ward Hogan, Nicholas Clark, and 


Joseph Walden, 





. Henry Kerby, to be Body Coachman. ^^^^^| 




10. James Labadie, Closet Keeper to the King, to be Purveyor ^| 


of the Wine. 


> John Caryll, 3, nephew of tbc first Lord Caryll, 



220 ^^^H 




10. James Bailly, to be Purveyor of His Majesty's Poultry. ^^^^^^^| 



„ Sir Charles Cartaret, to be Gentleman Usher of th« Black ^^^^H 



13. Peter Moyry, to be Gallery Keeper. ^^M 



14. Louis du Monn[nx and Peter Monsett, to be Trumpeters ^^| 
in Ordinary. ^^M 



„ Joseph Nosetto Dumont, to be First Kettledrummer of ^^M 
the Household. ^^M 



17. Mary Callanan, to be Laundress and Starcher of the ^H 
Body. ^H 



„ Elisabeth Lesertcur, to be Seamstress. ^^M 



„ John White, to be a Pursuivant of the Kingdom of ^^M 
Ireland. ^| 



„ Elizabeth Symes, Mary ) to be Bed- . 
Plowden, Rose Lee, and > chamber 
Bridget Nugent, ) Women 




n Elizabeth Martinash, to be Nurse 

to Her Royal ^H 



„ Mary Neville, to be Laundress 

Highness the ^^| 



„ Christian Plunkett, to be Seamstress 

Princess ^^| 



„ Daniel Fullan, | to be Pages of the Back- 
„ John Wilkie, / stairs 

Louisa. ^^1 






4. Mary Smallwood, to be Necessary Woman 




25. The Countess of Monmouth [E] and Middleton [S]» to be ^H 
Governess to the Princess Louisa. ^^| 



6. Francis Plowden, Comptroller of the Household ; Henry ^^| 
Conquest, Sir William Ellis, Thomas Sheridan, and Sir ^H 
Richard Bulstrode to be Commissioners of the House- ^H 




12. Francis Gaultier, to be Gentleman of the Buttery and ^H 
Yeoman of the Chauadry. ^^| 



„ Benedict Gennary, to be First Painter. ^H 



„ Dominick Roug^, to be Tailor. ^H 

^^m 1702 

. Jan. 

9, James Therry, to be Athlone Pursuivant [tj ^^| 



William Weston, to be Printer and Stationer to the King's ^H 
Household and Chapel. ^^f 



6. Count Anthony Davia, to be Groom of the Bedchamber. ^^| 



12. Walter Strickland (saving his rank next to Thomas ^^| 
Neville), James Falvey, Oliver Nicholas, [ ] Finch, ^^| 
James Griffen^ and Richard Bagott, to be Grooms of the ^^| 
Bedchamber. ^H 



24. John Shaw and Peter Halpeny, to be Saddlers to the ^H 
StableSj with note that two new warrants were after- ^^| 
wards given, one to Shaw, of Esquire Saddler, and one to ^H 
Halpeny, as Groom Saddler. ^H 



t. Thomas Godert, Francis Neper, Richard Fermef, and ^^| 
Richard Waldegrave^ to be Gentlemen of the Privy ^H 
Chamber. ^H 


fl3I ^1 


. Apr. 





















Denis Granville, D.D., Dean of Durham, Chaplain to the 

last two Kings, received into the Royal Household, 
Sir William Ellis, to be one of the Clerk Comptrollers 01 

the Green Cloth. 
Richard Richardson, to be Keeper of the Privy Garden at 

Sir John Lidcot, to be Latin Secretary. 
James Connock and Thomas Lee^ to be Gentleman and 

Groom of the Privy Chamber respectively. 
Garret Fitzgerald, to be the King's Barber. 
Francis Grant, to be one of the Harbingers. 
Father Ruga, mentioned as the Queen's Confessor. 
[Robert] Strickland, mentioned as Treasurer of the Queen's 

James (DrummondX first Bu/^e of Perth [S], and Piers 

(Butler), first Earl of Newcastle [I], to be Gentlemen of 

the Bedchamber. 
Donough (MacCarthy), fourth Earl of Clancarty [I], to be 

Gentleman of the Bedchamber. 
Theobald Butler, Knight of the Spanish Order of St. 

James, to be a Gentleman of the Privy Chamber. 
Joseph du Chaumont, to be a Gentleman of the Privy 

Captain John Ryan, to be a Gentleman of the Privy 

Anne Nugent, to be a Bedchamber Woman to the 

Patrick Fitzgerald, to be a Gentleman of the Privy 

Pere La Chaise, mentioned as the King's Confessof. 
[ J DeUtre, to be Equerry of the Great Stables. 

Alexander Knightly, to be Gentleman of the Privy 

Robert Power, mentioned as King's Council. 
David Nairne, to be Clerk of the Council, 
James Murray and David Nagle, to be Gentlemen Ushers. 
Cataghan Garvan, } to be Physiciuns in Ordinary to His 
Lawrence Wood, J Majesty. 

Hon, Richard Bourke,^ 1 to be Gentlemen of the Privy 
Thomas Napier, J Chamber. 

Lady Carteret, wife of Sir Charles Carteret, mentioned as 

a Maid of Honour to Queen Mary, 
Roger Strickland, to be Groom of the Bedchamber. 
Dame Conock, lately married to Sir Timon Conock, men- 
tioned as formerly Maid of Honour to the Queen. 

. ,, 14- 

M Aug. 4. 
1704. Jan. 7. 

i# ** » 

„ Feb. 14. 

M 26. 

» July 9- 

„ Aug. 25. 

„ Nov. 25. 

1706. Apr. 19. 

„ June 21. 

19 tt 

„ July 20. 

» 23- 
„ Aug. J 5, 

„ Sept. 13. 
„ Nov. 13. 

1707. Mar. 21. 

1 Sod of the late Lord Brluas. 



1707. Sept. 20. 

„ Nov. 15. 
„ Dec. 9. 

1708. Feb. 18. 

„ Mar. J. 

,> May , 
„ 10. 

1709. Jan. 10. 

„ May 7. 
„ June 15. 
„ Nov. 7. 

.. n- 

» 14- 
1712. May 20. 

John Thomas Woodhouse, one of the Ushers of the Privy 
Chamber, to be OcuHst to the King. 

John Sheridan, to be Riding Purveyor of the Stables. 

John Nugent, to be Equerry of theStables. 

Teresa Strickland, daughter of Robert Strickland, 
Treasurer of the Queen's Household, lately married 
to John Stafford, Vice-Chamberlain to the Queen, 
mentioned as having been a Maid of Honour.* 

Walter Strickland, to be Groom of the Bedchamber, ' con- 
' form to and of the same date with/ the former warrant 
granted him with five other Grooms, 15th February 

John Pyraube, to be Gunmaker in Ordinary, 

George Joyce, to be Clockmaker and Watchmaker in 

Francis plowden, Comptroller of the Household, William 
Dickonson, Sir William Ellis, Thomas Sheridan, and 
Sir Richard Bulstrode, to be Commissioners of the 

Mr, Macghie, M.D., a Scotsman, who served the late King 
and suffered in Scotland for his zeal and loyalty;, to be 
Physician to the King. 

William Dicconson, to be Treasurer of her Household and 
Receiver-General of all the Queen's rents and revenues. 

Lord Edward Drummond, to be Gentleman of the Bed- 

Henry Conquest, deceased, mentioned as late Paymaster 
of the Household. 

Edmund Fitzgerald, to be Gentleman of the Privy 

John F^aure, dancing-master, who has taught the King 
dancing for seventeen years, to be the King's Dancing 

Lieutenant-General Dominick Sheldon, to be Vice-Cham- 
berlain of the Household, admitted 2nd June. 

Captain Janus Goolde, to be Gentleman of the Privy 

Randal Macdonnel, to be Equerry of the Stables. 

Lady Mary Carteret, to be Bedchamber Woman to the 

Lady Murray, to be Bedchamber Woman to the Princess. 

Daniel Huolahan, M.D., an Irishman, to be His Majesty's 

* King James promises to pay her ^2000, and Queen Mary ^looo^ witbin one year of 
the Restoration. 

• Noted as signed 5th March 170S, and delivered to Lady StrickUnd two days 
before the King departed far Dunkirk 





1713, Nov. 29. David Naiine, Clerk of the Council, to be Secretary of the ^M 


Closet for the King's private letters and despatches. ^H 


„ „ 30. David Inese, to be H.M.'s Almoner. ^H 


„ Dec. 1$. John Middleton, Lord Clermont, to be a Gentleman of the ^M 


Bedcham ben ^H 


1714. Mar. 17. Lewis Inese, to be Lord Almoner. ^^^H 


1715. July 24, Jeremy Brooraer, to be Clerk of the Kitchen. ^^^^B 


1716. Feb>2i. John (Erskine), first Duii of Mar [S], to be Gentleman of ^M 


the Bedchamber ^H 


„ Apr. 7. Dr. John Blair, to be one of the Physicians in Ordinary. ^H 


„ May 12. Bernard Howard, Esq., to be a Groom of the Bedchamber.^ ^B 


,t Aug. I. Espri Joseph Parrelly^ Doctor of Medicine of the Faculty ^H 


of Avignon, to be one of His Majesty's Physicians ^H 


Extraordinary. ^^1 


„ Dec. II* Patrick Abercromby, to be one of His Majesty's Physicians ^H 


Extraordinary. ^M 


„ „ 21. Dr. Martin Gucrin, to be one of His Majesty's Chinir- ^M 


geons Extraordinary, ^H 


1718. Jan. 13. James Hay, to be one of His Majesty's Chirurgeons. ^| 


H „ „ . John Hay, to be a Groom of the Bedchamber. ^| 


H „ Mar. 21. Anthony David, painter in Rome, to be one of His ^M 


^ft Majesty's Painters. ^M 


^H „ „ John Peter Straglia, to be one of His Majesty's ^M 


^H Musicians. ^H 


^P „ Apr. ,, John Baptist Ronchi, to be Preacher to the King. ^^^H 


Aug. „ William Dugud, to be His Majesty's Jeweller. ^^^H 


1723. Sept, 5. James Hay to be Surgeon to the Household. ^^M 


1724. Nov. 30. The Rev, Father Bernardin Mombruie, to be Theologian ^M 


to the King. ^M 


1725. Feb. iS. SirWilliamEllis,tobeCofrcrcr[Treasurer]of theHouschold. ^M 


„ Sept. 2 S, Sir William Ellisj His Majesty's Resident in Rome^ to be ^| 


Keeper of the King's Palace in Rome. ^M 


1727. Jan. 20. Jerome Benozzi, Doctor of Medicine^ to be one of His ^H 


Majesty's Physicians Extraordinary^ ^H 


„ June 4- James Uiirr^y, Earjl 0/ Bun&ar[S], to be Governor of the ^M 


Prince of Wales. ^m 


„ „ „ Sir Thomas Sheridan^to be Under Governor to the Prince ^M 


of Wales. ^M 


„ ,1^ „ Laurence Mayers, Priest, to be Preceptor to the Prince of ^B 


Wales. ^M 


„ „ ,> The Countess of Nithsdale, to be Governor to the Duke of ^M 


York. ■ 


„ Nov. 18. Captain William Hay» to be a Groom of the Bedchamber. ^| 


„ „ 26, Dr. Thom6, to be one of His Majesty's Physicians Extra- ^m 


ordinary. ^H 

< Noted as antedated nth December 1713. ^^^^M 


224 ^^^1 


^^^ ^^^^^H 

^^^ ^^^^^^^^B 


1723. Feb. iS. Dr. GrEcme, to be one of His Majesty's Physicians Extra- 
„ „ 26. Joseph Anthony Ragazzi, to be Theologian to the King. 
1729. Sept. 17. Rev. [ ] Ormcs^ to be one of His Majesty's Chap- 

„ Nov. 23. Louis Du Val, to be one of His Majesty's Chirurgeons 

1732. Jan. 29. Dr. Farrelly,* to be one of His Majesty's Physicians 


1733. June 13. Dr. John Jennings, to be one of His Majesty's Physicians 

„ Aug. 10. Patrick O'Shtel, M.D., to be one of His Majesty's 
Physicians Extraordinary. 

1739. Oct. 18. Simon Lyons [1], to be one of His Majesty's Chirurgeons 


1740. Feb. 17. Bartholomew Joseph Mahony [I], Doctor of Physic of the 

Faculty of Rhciffls, to be one of His Majesty's Physicians 

„ July 20. [ J Guerin, Chirurgeon of Paris, and Master Chiruf- 

gcon of the Charity Hospital in Rome, to be one of His 

Majesty's Chirurgeons Extraordinary. 
1742. July 7. Dr. John Howard, M.D., to be one of His Majesty's 

Physicians Extraordinary. 
„ „ „ James Power, D.D., Canon of the Collegiate Church of 

Mont Casscl in Flanders, to be one of His Majesty's 

Chaplains Extraordinary. 
„ „ [ ] Carteret, D.D^, Canon of the Collegiate Church 

of Lisle in Flanders, to be one of His Majesty's Chap- 
lains Extraordinary. 
?'43. Oct. 19. Teige O'Connel, to be one of His Majesty's Physicians 


1745. May 3. [ ] Bellew, to be one of His Majesty's Physicians 


1746. July 4. [ ] Michel of Ireland^ M.D., to be Doctor Extra- 

„ Dec. 20. Mr, John Maitland, to be one of His Majesty*s Chaplains 
in Ordinary.* 
1749' Aug. 16. Charles Guattani, to be one of His Majesty's Chirurgeons 

* At Sir Peter Redmond's requ^t. 

' 'We being desirous to jive you a mark of our royal favour for the ceabus and 
* active part you acted in our cause in the late unfortunate affair in our ancient Kingdom 
' of Scotland.' — Extract from warrant. 

2 G 




1694. Mar. 2S. Thomas Brown, B.D., Fellow of St John's CoHcec, Cam- 
bridge, collated to the Archdeaconry of Norwich, vacant 
by death of the late Archdeacon, by William Lloyd, 
deprived Bishop of Norwich. 

170*. Oct 1 1. Dr. George Witham, to be Vicar- Apostolic [E], In place of 
John Leyburne, deceased. 

1706. Aug. ? Joseph Rend, Cardinal Imperiali, to be Protector of the 

Kingdom of Ireland ; appointed before 31st August.^ 
„ Sept ? Cardinal Sacripanti, to be Protector of the Kingdom of 
Scotland ; appointed before 4th October. 

1707. ?* Dr. Ambrose Madin, to be Bishop of Kilmacduagh. 

„ „ Dr. Denis Moriarty, to be Bishop of Ardfert and Aghadoe. 

f, „ Father Thaddeus O'Rourke, a Franciscan, to be Bishop of 

„ Apr. . Ambrose MacDermot, a Dominican, penitentiary of 

S. Maria Maggiorc, to be Bishop of [Elphin,]. 
1709. June 16. John Verdun, D.D., Vicar-General of the Diocese of 

Armagh, to be Bishop of Ferns in Leinster. 
„ „ ,» Ambrose O'Conor, Master of Theology, Provincial of the 

Irish Dominicans,' to be Bishop of Ardagh and Clon- 

1711. Mar. 2. Abb6 Christopher Butler, Doctor of the Sorbonne, now in 

Rome, a near relation of the Duke of Ormonde, to be 

Archbishop of Cashel. 
„ Aug. 24. Philip Anthony, Cardinal Gualterio,* to be Protector of 

England in succession to Alexander, Cardinal Caprara, 



' Com al Gcnja, 29tli April 1651, died at Rome, 4th Jaouary 1737, See Migne, 
Briiyclap^dit TJt/clagjque, vol, xxxi. 

» On 7th February 1707 King James writes to Cardiaal Impcriali, Protector of 
Ireland^ about the ^tt^K need of tncreaslng^ the number of Bishops [I], now reduced to 
two, of vhom but one is at liberty to exercise his functions, the other fating in prison, 
and mentioning that three years ago, at ttc desire and request of the Pope himself, he 
nominated the above three, afierconsuEling the Irish Bishops, etc., but that up to the 
present he has no answer. 

' Who is aged about fifty-five, and immediately going to Ireland. 

* Died at Rome, 24th April 1748. 



17 1 5.* Feb. 1 7. 
17 15. May 24. 

„ Aug. !6. 

„ Oct 18. 

172I. Mar, iS. 

1722. July 22. 

1723. Dec. 15. 

1724. Aug. 24. 

„ Nov. 25. 


July . 




1) 11 


Dec EI, 


Aug. 17. 


H ti 


11 II 



II 11 
Nov. 6. 


. Jan. 8. 

Abb^ Mekhior de Polignac, to be Cardinal.* 

Dr. Hugh MacMahon, Bishop of Clogher, to be Arch- 
bishop of Armagh, which Archbishopric has long been 
vacant; translated before August 16.^ 

Edward Murphy, Vicar-General of the Diocese of Dublin, 
to be Bishop of Kildare. 

Edward Murphy, Bishop of Kildare, to be Administrator 
of the Bishopric of Leighlin. 

Benjamin PctrCj Bishop of Prusa^ to be coadjutor to 
Bishop Bonaventura Gifford, Vicar-Apostoiic for the 
district of London.* 

William O'Daly, to be Bishop of Kilmacduagh. 

Bernard Ogara» D.D„ to be Archbishop of Tuam, in suc- 
cession to Fr. de Burgo. 

Edward Murphy to be Bishop of Kildare. 

Bernard Dunne to be Bishop of Kildare, with the admini- 
stration of the Bishopric of Leighlin, the same as his 
predecessor had it 

Terence Macmahon, to be Bishop of Killaloe. 

James Gallihurium [? Gallagher], D.D., to be Bishop of 

Father Stephan MacEgan^ Dominican, to be Bishop of 
the Seven Churches (Clonanmaen). 

Father Dominick Dalny^ Dominican, to be Bishop of 

Thomas Dominick Williams, an English Dominican 
Father, to be Bishop of TiberEopolis, and Vicar-Apos- 
tolic of northern district of England.^ 

Bernard Macmahon, to be Bishop of Clogher 

Thaddseus Macarty, to be Bishop of Cork. 

Neil Conway, to be Bishop of Derry. 

John Armstrong, to be Bishop of Down and Connor. 

Alexander John Grant, to be a Bishop and Vicar- Apostolic 
in the North of Scotland 

John Anthony, Cardinal Davia," to be Protector of 
Scotland, in place of Joseph, Cardinal Sacripanti.^ 
Noted as not made use of. 

' James writes to Pope Clement XI on this day, tharVtirg htm for having raised the 
Abb^ de Polignac to 3 Cardinalate on his nomioalion. 

' Died at Paris, 20th November 1741. 

' Oa which date Jame5 writes to Pape Clenictkt XI, thanking him for preserving in 
his last letter his royal right of naminating to tht thurches of Ireland unimpaired, 

* Henry Howard, Bishop-elect of Utica, previously nominated coadjutor, having 
died before consecration, aand Kovember 1720. Bishop Petre was consecrated nth 
November 1721, became Vicar'Apostalic of London on the death {aged ninety-two) of 
Bishop Gifford, 12th March 1734^ and died 23iid December 175&, aged eighty-one. 

^ Consecrated 30th December 1725, died 3rd April 1740, aged eighty. 

* Died loth January 1740. ' Died 4th January 1727. 




May 22. 


Nov. 24. 
Jan. 12. 

Mar. 21. 

Sept 14- 

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■ I 






1734- Jan. 





1735. SeptiS. 

Aug. 19. 

Nov, 6. 

,- 30. 


John Anthony, Cardinal Davia, to be Protector of Scotland. 
Peter Guetin de Tencin, Archbishop of Embnin, to be a 

Cardinal in succession to Cardinal dc Polignac. 
Sylvester Louis Lloyd, Franciscan, to be Bishop of 

Michael Macdonagh, Dominican, to be Bishop of Kilmore, 
Stephen MacEgan, Bishop of the Seven Churches, to be 

Bishop of Ferns, in succession to John Verdun, dead. 
Alexander, Cardinal Fakonieri, to be Protector of 

Scotland.^ Noted as antedated, 8th January 1727. 
Lucas Fagan, Bishop of Mcath, to be Archbishop of 

Dublin, in succession to Edward Murphy. 
Stephen MacEgan, Bishop of the Seven Churches, to be 

Bishop of Meath, in succession to Lucas Fagan. 
Ambrose O'Callaghan, Franciscan, to be Bishop of Ferns, 
Peter Muligan, Augustine, D.D., to be Bishop of Ardagh, 

in succession to Thomas Flynn. 
Hugh Macdonnel, to be a Bishop in Scotland, 
Patrick Shee, Vicar-General, to be Bishop of Ossory. 
Patrick French, Franciscan, to be Bishop of Elphin. 
Martin Bourke, to be Bishop of Kilmacduagh. 
Monsignor Dorainick Riviera, to be a Cardinal.* 
Peter Donnelan, to be Bishop of Clonfert. 
Stephen Dowdal, to be Bishop of Kildare, in succession 

to Bernard Dunne. 
Cardinal Rtveria, to be Protector of Scotland. 
John Linegar, to be Archbishop of Dublin, in succession 

to Lucas Fagan. 
Alexander Smith, to be coadjutor to Bishop James 

Gordon, Vicar-Apostolic in Scotland.' 
John O'Hart, to be Bishop of KiUata, 
Colin O'Shagnussy [O'Saugnessy], to be Bishop of 

Ner^e Marie, Cardinal Corsini, to be Protector of Treland 

in succession to Cardinal Imperiali. 
Dr. James Gallihurium [? Gallagher], Bishop of Raphoe, 

to be Bishop of Kildare in succession to Stephen 

Dr. Robert Lacy, to be Bishop of Limerick. 
Dr. Bernard Macmahon, to be Archbishop of Armagh. 
Father Bonaventura Gallagher, to be Bishop of Raphoe, 

in succession to Dr. James Gallagher. 

' Died 26tli January 1734. ' Died at Rome, 3rd November t7S2. 

' He was consecrated 13th November 1735^ succeeded on Bishop Gordon's death, 
Ist March 1746, as Vicar- Apostolic of the Lowland Dislrict, and died 2tst August 1767, 
aged eigbty-three- 




May 13. 
Feb. 31. 


Apr. 10. 


» 11 
May 13. 



July 10. 

., 26, 

>• It 
Sept. 9. 


Jan. 25. 
Aug. 29. 


M hi 

Sept. 3. 


. July 8, 
Aug. 20. 



Sept. 19, 

Jan. I. 
Sept 2a 

i;45. Mar. 23. 


Apr. 3. 
Feb, 23. 
Apr. s- 


July ig. 

Aug. 9. 
Sept 2. 

Dr. Roche Macmahon, to be Bi.'ihop of Cloghcr, 

Monsignor Peter Guerin de Tencin, Archbishop 
EmbruHi to be a Cardinal. 

Eugcnius O'SuUivan, to be Bishop of Kerry. 

Michael O'Reilly, to be Bishop of Dcrry. 

Dr, Bernard O'Rourke, to be Bishop of Kiltala. 

Sylvester Louis Lloyd, Bishop of Killaloe, to be Bishop of 
Waterford and Lismorc. 

Richard Challoner, Bishop of Doberus, to be coadjutor to 
Dr. Benjamin Petre, Bishop of Prusa, Vicar-Apostolic of 

Patrick Macdonragh, to be Bishop of Killaloc- 

Dr. Walter Blake, to be Bishop of Achaden. 

Dr. Thomas O'Brien, to be Bishop of Ardagh in succes- 
sion to Peter Muligan, 

Cardinal Pico, to be Protector of England. 

Michael O'Gara, to be Archbishop of Tuam. 

Father Francis Stewart, to be Bishop of Down and Connor. 

Edward Dicconson, Bishop of Mallus, to be Vicar- 
Apostolic of the Northern Province of England.'^ 

Father John Brett, to be Bishop of Killala, 

Dr. Thomas Stistch [? Stretch], to be coadjutor to Bishop 
Sylvester Lloyd. 

William O'Meara, D.D., Deacon of the Cathedral Church 
of Waterford, to be Bishop of Kerry in succession to 
Eugenius O'SuUivan. 

Father Peter Killikelly, D.D.. to be Bishop of Kilmacduagh. 

Dr. Nicholas Sweetman, Vicar-General of the Diocese, 
to be Bishop of Ferns. 

Frederic Marcello, Cardinal Lante, to be Protector of 

Peter Creveo, to be coadjutor to Bishop Sylvester Lloyd. 

Lawrence Richardson, to be Bishop of ICilmore. 

Monsignor Armand dc Rohan, Abb6 de Ventadour, to be 
a Cardinal.^ 

Thomas Macdermot Roe, to be Bishop of Ardagh in suc- 
cession to Dr, Thomas O'Brien. 

Dr. Roche Macmahon, Bishop of Ciogher, to be Arch- 
bishop of Armagh in succession to Archbishop Bernard 

Anthony Garvey, to be Bishop of Dromorc. 

Daniel O'Reilly, to be Bishop of Cloghcr. 

' He was coostcrated 29th January 1741, and aticeecded as Vicar-Aposlolic on 
Bishop Petre's dt.\ih, 22nd Decemlber 1758, He died J2lh January [781, need ninety. 
^ Consecrated 191I1 March 1741, died 24th April 1752, ag«d cighly-two. 
' Died S3rd July 1759. 



1747. Dec. 13. Richard Walsh, to be Bishop of Cork. 

„ „ „ John O'Brien, to be Bishop of Cloyne and Ross. 
17^48. Aug. . John Brett. Bishop of Killala, to be Bishop of Elphin. 

„ Oct. 23. Michael O'Reilly, Bishop of Derry, to be Archbishop of 

„ Nov. 20. Dr. James Dunne, to be Bishop of Oasory. 

t, „ „ Dr. Mark Skerret;, to be Bishop of Killala. 

1749. Apr, 31. Dr. Mark Skerret, Bishop of Killala, to be Archbishop of 

„ ,, u Dr. John Krullagham [? Uruligan], to be Bishop of Derry. 
„ „ „ Father Bonavcntura, a/tas Melchior, MacdonncI, to be 

Bishop of Killala. 
„ Nov. 20. Dr. James Butler, to be coadjutor to Dr. Christopher 

Butler, Archbishop of Cashel. 

1750. Jan. 3. Father Anthony O'Donnell, to be Bishop of Raphoe. 

„ July 27. Francis Petre, Bishop of Amorium, to be coadjutor to 
Bishop Edward Dicconson, Vicar- Apostolic of the 
Northern Districts of England.* 

1751. Jan. 6. Patrick Bradley, ah'as Brolcau, to be Bishop of Deny. 

„ „ 16. Dr Edmond O'Doran, to be Bishop of Down and Connor. 
„ July 2. Father Augustine Chevers, to be Bishop of Ardagh in 

succession to Dr. Thomas Macdermot Roe. 
„ Nov, 10, Dr. James Kccffe, to be Bishop of Kildare and Leighlin. 
„ „ 32. John Hornyold, Bishop of Philomelia, to br coadjutor to 

John Talbot Stonor, Bishop of ThespiBE^ Vicar- Apostolic 

of the Midland District* 
„ „ ^, John Colgrave, to be Bishop of Derry, in succession to 

Patrick Bradley, resigned. 

1752. May 5. Patrick O'Naughton, of the Irish College at Duaet in 

Belgium, to be Bishop of Killaloe, in succession to 
Patrick Macdonnagh. 
„ Nov. 10. Nicholas Madgett. D.D., late of the College of St. Barbara 
in Paris, to be Bishop of Killaloe.^ 

1753. Feb, 8. William G'Meara, Bishop of Ardfert, to be Bishop of 

Killaloe, and Nicholas Madgett, nominated Bishop of 
Killaloe, to be Bishop of Ardfert.* 
„ Mar 35. Andrew Campbell, to be Bishop of Kilmore. 

1754. Feb. 14. Joseph Cardinal Spinelli, to be Protector of Scotland. 

1755. Jan. l3. James Scott, to be coadjutor to Bishop Alexander Smith. 
„ June 27. Nathaniel O'Donell, to be Bishop of Raphoe. 

' He was consecrated 37th July 1751, and succeeded as VJcarApostoHc on Bishop 
Dicconson's death, 34(h April 1752. He died 24th December 1775, aged eiphty-fivc. 

* He was consecrated loth February 1751, succeeded Bishop Stonor Z9th March 
1756, and died ;6th December t77S. 

' Patrick Naughton bavitig asked to be excused accepting this Bishopric in order 
that he mij^ht complete his work in Belgium. 

^ They having prayed leave to exchange. 


'755- Sept. 19. Richard Lincoln, Archdeacon of Dublin, to be coadjutor 

to John Linegar, Archbishop of Dublin. 
1756. Mar. 19. Paul Albert de Luynes, Archbishop of Sens^ to be a 
„ May I. Charles Walmesley, Bishop of Rama, to be coadjtitor to 
Lawrence William York, Bishop of Nisiba, Vicar-Apos- 
tolic of the West of England,* 
II July 21. Dr. Augustine Chevers, Bishop of Ardagh, to be Bishop 

of Meath. 
„ „ „ Dr. Anthony Blake, to be Bishop of Ardagh. 
» Aug. 3. Dr. James O'Fallon, to be Bishop of Elphin. 
1753. Apr. 19. Dr. Anthony Blake, Bishop of Ardagh, to be Archbishop 
of Armagh. 
„ July 28. Patrick Robert Kirwan, to be Bishop of Achonry. 
,, „ „ James Brady, to be Bishop of Ardagh. 
„ Dec, 17. Father Thomas de Burgo, to be Bishop of Ossory. 
„ „ Philip O'Reilly, to be Bishop of Raphoe. 

1759. Feb. . James Talbot, Bishop of Birtha^ to be coadjutor to Bishop 

Richard Challoner, Vicar-Apostolic of London.' 
„ Sept. 12. Dr. Daniel Kerney^ to be Bishop of Limerick. 

1760. Aug. 27. Theophilus Macartan, to be Bishop of Down and Connor 
M SeptlS* Dr. Philip Philips, to be Bishop of Killala. 

1763. Apr. II. John Butler, Archdeacon of Cashel, to be Bishop of Cork. 

„ May 5. Cardinal John Francis Albani,' to be Protector of Scot- 
land in succession to Cardinal Spinelli. 

„ Sept 13. Patrick Fitz Simons, to be Archbishop of Dublin. 
1765. May 16. Father Michael Peter MacMahon, to be Bishop of Killaloe. 

t, Dec. 21. Philip MacDavett, to be Bishop of Derry, 

* He was consecrated 21st December 1756, and succeeded as Vicar- Apostolic on 
Bishop York's death, f4th April 1770. He died 25,th November 1797, a^ed sevemy-six. 
> He W&5 consecrated 34th August 17119, ^^^ <^<^<^ ^^^^ January 1790, aged sixty-five. 
' Nephew of Pope Clement xi. 




1689. Aug. 25, John (Drummond)^ Earl of Melfort [S], sent on a mission 

to the Court of Fans, 
1696. Mar. 18. Hon. John Stafford[-Howard], to be Ambassador to the 

Court of Paris. 
1705. Apr. 16. Sir Toby Bourkc, to be Ambassador to the Court of 

1711. Dec. 26. Cardinal Gualterio, to be Ambassador to the Court of 


1716. Jan. 31. [ ] Cockburn, to be Ambassador to the Court 

of Sweden. 
„ May ? [ ] Bagnols, to be Envoy to the King of Sicily. 

f, ,p 26. Thomas Southcot^ to be Ambassador to the Court of 

„ July 17. Sir John Erskine of Alva, Baronet, to be Plenipotentiary 

to the Court of Sweden.^ 
„ Sept. 21. [ ], to be Resident in England. 

„ Nov. 6. John Walkinshaw of Burrowfield, to be Envoy to the 

Court of Vienna. 
„ „ . James Carncgy of Boysack, to be Envoy to the States 

of Switzerland. 

1717. Jan. . ^f'rjohn Walkinshaw of Burrowheld, to be Ambassador 

to the Court of Vienna. 
„ „ . Str George Jcrningham, to be Ambassador to The 

,, Feb. I. Lieutenant-Gcneral Arthur Dillon, to be Plenipotentiary 

to the Court of Paris. 
„ „ 14. The Duke of Ormonde, to be Plenipotentiary to the Court 

of Sweden. ' 

„ Dec. 30, [ ] Obryan, to go to Vienna- 

1713. June 4. Hon. James Murray, to be Plenipotentiary for negotiating 

the marriage with the Princess Clementina. 
„ July 14, Mr. William Eraser, to be Plenipotentiary to The Hague. 

' This is endorsed : 'Not made use of,' and ai end : ^J^.B.^Vpon Mr. Soulhcoi's not 

* goiag- 3. copy of these Instructions, all but the two articles relating to Lorain, scJDt to 

* Mr, O'Rourk, acaJcd and signed by the King, and counters tgned by Lord Mar^ for his 

* going to Vienna. But that was afterwards found inconvenient, and so Mr. Walking- 
' shaw of Burrowficid sent thither.' 

' Endorsed : ' Sir John got no further than Lubeck.' 


1721. Jan. 2i. George Granville, Lord Lansdown, to be Plenipotentiary 

to the Regent of France. 

1722. May 29. John Menziesj to be continued as Plenipotentiary for one 

year from date.* 
„ June ? . [ ], to be Plenipotentiary to the Regent of 


1723. Jan. 8. Thomas Sheridan, to be Envoy to Prince James Sobieski. 
„ Aug. . Colin Campbell of Glendernle, to be Agent in Scotland. 

„ „ 4. David Kennedy, to be Plenipotentiary to the States of 

„ „ 7, Full powers to Thomas Sheridan to treat with Prince 

James Sobieski regarding certain estates. 
„ „ 31. [ ], to be Envoy to States of Holland. 

1725. Feb. 24. Full powers in blank to the Emperor of Russia sent to 

Admiral Gordon by Captain William Hay. 

J, June 15. Full powers to the Bishop of Rochester to represent the 
King, and to give instructions to all his subjects now 
residing in France, relative to the expedition to Scot- 
land now impending." 

s, „ id Allan Cameron, to be Agent in the Highlands. 

„ Aug. 22. Philip (Wharton), first Duke of Wharton [E], to be Pleni- 
potentiary to the Court of Vienna. 

„ Dec. 15. New full powers in blank to the Empress Catherine of 
Russia sent to Admiral Gordon. 

1726. Sept. 6. John Graeme, to be Plenipotentiary to the Court of 

„ „ 28. The Sieur Jerome Belloni, to be Agent at Rome. 
„ „ „ Sir William EUis^ mentioned as the King's Resident at 


1727. Apr. 18, Audeonus O'Ronrke, to be Plenipotentiary to the Court of 

«. Vienna.* 

„ May 2. Full powers to the Court of Muscovy sent in blank to 
Admiral Gordon to £11 up with name of person to be 
left in charge during his absence, 
172S. Feb. 6. New blank powers sent to the Duke of Liria to be left 
with Admiral Gordon on his leaving Muscovy, to be 
filled up by Admiral Gordon, or as they may agree. 
„ Apr. 27. Cardinal Davia, to be Minister at Rome. 
1731. Mar, 29. William Leigh, to be Plenipotentiary to the States of 

' Endorsed: * Never used.' 

* Endorsed : ' Never used, David Kennedy being dead before they came to Faiis.' 
' Endorsed ; ' Writ with the King^s own hard.' 

* Endorsed : 'Augtist 18, 1731. Renewed ai his desire, of the same date, with ihe 
change of the name '" Audeonus" to Eugenius.' 

' Endorsed ; * Never made use of.^ 

2H 2^$ 


1732. Apr. 1. George Waters, Banker, to be Agent in Paris. 

1733. Feb. 27. William (Keith), Earl Marischal [S], to be Minister to the 

Court of Madrid. 
„ July 21. Colonel John Obryan, to be Minister to the Court of 

1735. May 2<x Dr. King, to be Agent to the States of Holland. 

1736. „ 28. Colonel James Urquhart, to be Agent in Scotland. 

„ Sept. 19. Full powers to Colonel John Obryan to treat with the 
Court of Madrid. 

1745, Nov. 15. Colonel Daniel Obryan, to be Minister to the Court of 


1746. Feb. 7. Full powers to Colonel Daniel Obryan to treat with the 

Court of Madrid. 




i68g, July 17, Gregoire Fitzgerald, to be Consul at Nantes, Croisie, and 

all other ports and creeks belonging to the harbour of 

John Porter, to be Consul at Rouen, Honfleur, and Havre 

de Grace. 
Nicholas Geraldin Theobald, to be Consul at St Malo's 

and the ports and creeks belonging thereto. 
Peter Nagle, to be Consul at Cadiz and all the ports and 

creeks belonging thereto. 
Thomas Stratford, to be Consul at Brest, or any other 

port of Brittany. 
„ Apr. 20. John, Count of Bonarelli [Italy], to be Consul at Ancora. 

1694. Feb. 5. William Ploughman, to be Consul at Leghorn and all the 

ports depending thereon, 
„ Mar. 6. William Chapman, to be Consul at Marseilles, Toulon^ 

and Nice, and all the ports, etc. 
„ June 9. Sir James Geraldin, to be Comptroller and Commissioner 

in the port of Dunkirk, and all other ports and places in 

Normandy and Picardy, of all accounts, etc., relating to 

the tenths, etc., due to the King from the capture of 

prizes, etc. 
„ „ , John Constable, to be Agent and Receiver of the tenths of 

prizes at Dunkirk. 

1695. Mar. I. Thomas Stratford,^ to be Agent, Consul, and Commissary, 

and also Rcceiver-General, in the Province of Brittany 
and in all ports and places in France southward of the 
said Province. 

„ „ „ John Nimport, to be Vice-Consul in the port of St. Malo. 

„ „ „ PVancis Browne, to be Vice-Consul in the port of Brest. 

„ June I. Louis Raulin, Receiver of the Count of Toulouse, Admiral 
of France, to receive the tenth of prizes at Dunkirk. 
1697. Mar 19. Sir William Ellis, to be Agent, Consul, and Commissary, 
and also Receiver-General for France and its depen- 
1703. Dec. 7, Dominick Lynch,* to be Consul in the ports of Ostend, 
Nieuport, and Bruges. 

^ Cancelled 6tli March J697, wlien tlie King pardoned him tbe debts due by him. 
' Noted as solicited by, and given to. Lady Strickland. 



1718. Jan. I. Sir Peter Redmond, to be Consul- General for Portugal. 
1731. Nov. 9. Richard Gawen [I], to be Consul at Civitia Vecchia. 
1734. Nov. 23. Thomas Chamberlain, to be Consul at .^ 

1762. Mar. 2. Ambrose, Count Tomasium, to be Consul at Ancona, 
vacant by the death of Joseph Storani. 

' Endorsed: 'Recalled in 1740.' 




n n 


1689. Apr. 29. ReprievEj for one month from the date of their last reprieve, 
to Sir Lawrence Parsons of Birr, Bart., James Roscoe, 
and Jonathan Darby, lately indicted at Philipstown for 
rebellion and sentenced to death. 
„ May 9. Pardon to Richard Close, Vernon Parker, etc., for high 

Warrant, after reciting that William (Bourkc), eighth Lord 
Castle Connell [I], was indicted and outlawed for high 
treason on account of the rebellion that broke out 23rd 
'October 1641, and that, the outlawry being reversed, the 
said indictment is in being, for entering a nolle prosequi 
on the same, in consideration of his faithful services at 
home and abroad. 

Protection to John Otway of Ballyneclogh and Cloghanane, 
in cos. Limerick and Tipperary, with his houses, 
families, tenants, etc. 

Order that Henry (CBrien), seventh Earl of Thomond, 
be not molested in his estates by the Commissioners for 
inquiring into rebels' or absentees' estates, his loyalty 
and affection, his old age and incapacity to attend His 
Majesty, being well known. 

Pardon to John M'Mahon for high treason. 

Pardon to Thomas Graham, Brigadier of the troop of 
Guards in Scotland, for the manslaughter of John 
1694. June . Pardon under the Great Seal [E] to John (Drummond), 
Earl of Melfort, for all treasons, etc., comisitted against 
the King or against Charles II. 
,, „ „ Similar pardon under the Great Seal [5]. 
1721. Sept. 28. Pardons under the Great Seals [E and S] to Simon 
(Fraser), Lord Lovat [S], and James Campbell of 
Auchinbreck, 'upon their returning to their duty.' 

n .. 25- 

1. 29- 

„ June 8. 
1692. Oct. 4. 




1689. June 7. George Anderson, to be Master and Commander of the 

yacht Stvi/isure, 

1690. May 13. Colonel Solomon, Commissary-General of the Musters [I]. 
i6gi. Dec, S. Colonel Sir Andrew Lee, to go to Brittany and inspect 

troops lately arrived from Ireland. 
„ ,^ 14. James (Fitzjaraes), first Duke of Berwick [E], to be Captain 
and Colonel of the First Troop of Guards [E]. 
1692. [Jan.]. The Modelment of the Irish Troops, 

Cavalry — First Company of Guards, commanded by James 
(Fitzjames), first Duke of Berwick [E], 
„ Second Company of Guards, commanded by 

Patrick (Sarsfield), first Earl of Lucan [I]. 
2 Rcgts, First commanded by [ ] Sheldon. 

„ Second commanded by Piers (Butler), third 

Viscount Galmoye [I]. 
The Royal Regiment of Dragoons, commanded by 

The Queen's Regiment, commanded by [ ] Carroll. 

infantry — Regiment of Guards, commanded by Colonel 
Queen's Regiment, commanded by Colonel 

Marine Regiment, commanded by Henry Fitz- 
james, ' the Grand Prior* 
Dublin Regiment, commanded by Colonel 

Simon Luttrell. 
Limerick Regiment. 
Charlemont Regiment. 
Jan. 3. First Troop of Guards, commanded by the Duke of 
Major-Gen. Sutherland, to be first Lieutenant. 
Col. Christopher Nugent, to be second Lieutenant. 
Matthias (Barnewall), tenth Baron TrimEestown [1], 
Lieutenant and Ensign ; succeeded by Francis La 
Rue as second Ensign. 
Matthew Cook, to be second Ensign ; succeeded Lord 
T. as first Ensign, and in 1696 as Lieutenant. 


^^^^^rCOM MISS IONS ^^^^^^^^H 

^^^^^^^^H^^P \ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H 

^^^^^^^^^ George ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H 

^^^^^P Thomas Bietag^h, Staff-Sergeant ^^^^^^^^^^^^H 

^ 1692. Jan. 4. Second Troop of Guards, commanded by the Eari of ^^^^^^^H 

^^^^^^_ ^^^^^^^^H 

^^^^B Charles O'Brien, to be first Lieutenant ^^^^H 

^^^^^H Nicholas Ctisack, to be second Lieutenant ^^H 

^^^^H John Gaydon, to be Brst Ensign, ^^| 

^^^^H Robert Arthur, to be second Ensign. ^^| 

^^^^^H Edward Broghall,^ ^^| 


Corporals. ^^^k 

^^^^^m George White, J 


^^^^^F Francis Bada, Staff- Sergeant, succeeded by H. Broghall. ^^^^| 

^^^1 Feb. 13. Jasper Strafford, to be Captain of the Bentdiclion, asked ^^^^| 

^^^1 by Tobie Gerardin, ^^^| 

^^H ^y „ 22, Patrick Lampert^ to be Captain of Za /'r£'iJrit/(M£'f, asked by ^^| 

^^H^ Mr. Du Livier ^^| 

^^^^^ »' » ^3- Lawrence Hore, to be Captain of the Prince of IVaJes, ^^^ 

^^^^^ asked by Mr. Do^. ^^M 

^^H „ James Wilson, to be Captain of the Aran, asked by Mr. ^^M 

^H ^M 

^^^L^ „ Terence Dermott, to he Captain of the Sarsfleld^ asked by ^^^k 

^^^p ^H 

^^^r Mar. G. Igcatius Cleere,to be Captain of the Dolphin^ asked by ^^^k 

^^1 ^^^k 

^^H xo. William Herbert, EarP (? Marquis) of Montgomery, to ^^^H 

^^^^^K be Colonel of a regiment of horse to be raised in ^^^| 

^^^^^F England. ^^^^k 

^^V „ 13. John Gooldin, to be Captain of the Sun of St Malo. ^^^H 

^^^B „ Thomas Vaghan, to be Captain of the Daviiant. ^^^^^k 

^^H „ 20, Patrick Troy, to be Captain of the Berwick. ^^^^| 

^^H May 19. Alexander Nairne, of St. Foord (Samford), to be Captain ^^^H 

^^H a troop of horse. ^^^H 

^^1 n Colonel Canon, to be Major- General. ^^^H 

^^H „ William Keith. Lord Keith, to be Colonel of horse. ^^^^| 

^^1 „ Colonel Brown, to be Colonel of foot ^^^H 

^^H ,, Colonel Scot, to be Lieutenant-Colonel of Colonel Brown's ^^^^| 

^^H ^^^H 

^^H „ June . List of ofHcers, subsisted after the failure of La Hague ^^^| 

^^H expedition. 


^^^1 ' After this, in 1693 and afterwards, commissions were given cither by the King of ^^H 

^^^H France or the Admiralty. ^^H 

^^^B ' The next day William, Marquis of MontgDinery, has a wan-ant empowering him ^^H 

^^^K to grant conxmissions for the bubaltems of his regiment, ^^^| 

^^^ 239 ^H 


1692. June 

Note, — After His Majesty's return from La Hague, 
the officers not provided for in the Irish corps were 
joined together on several different lists, and paid so for 
some time. 
Colonel Johnston's Hst^ (Scottish) — 

Capt Achmouty. Capt. Livingstone. 

„ Deane. „ Farmour, etc., in all 49. 

Colonel Trapp's list* (English) — 

Sir Alphonso Mottet. Capt Povay. 

Major Fcilding. „ Arnald. 

Mr. Price. „ Adams. 

Capt. Laysenby. M. de Tangis, etc., in all 38. 

Colonel La Rue's list* (80 guards or thereabouts). 
Colonel Reinolds' list * (47 Irish officers). 
English at Havre under Colonel Skelton^ — 

Col. Chatham. 

„ Gifford. 

„ Napeir. 

„ Throgmorton. 

„ Latton. 

„ St. Ange. 

„ de Bussie. 
Capt, Stytch. 
Scots at Dunkirk under 
[James (Seton), fourth] Earl of Dunfermline [S]. 
[David (Graham), third] Viscount Dundee [S]. 
Sir G Barklay. 

Sir W Wallace- 

[Alexander Robertson of] Struan. 
Sir Alexander M'Lane. 
[John (Fleming), sixth] Earl of Wigtoun [S]. 

Capt Wray. 
„ Booth. 
„ Byerley. 
„ Del aval. 
„ Men son. 
„ Hall. 
,^ Staveley. 
„ Oldfield. 

Buchan and 

' A part were to jom the Scots companies In Rousslllon and hav« flfty da/s' pay, the: 
rest were to be subsisted by ihe King. 

' Some to choose where they will serve or have passes, others to continue to be enter- 
tained by His Majesty, but none to come to St. Germaios without leave. 

' To join the Irish and have thirty days' pay. 

* To march to Savoy to join Colonel Talbot's regiment and have forty days' pay. 

^ These were continued in subsistence at 30 sols a Colonel, 25 a Lieutenant-Colond, 
and 2D Captains ; other thirteen ofBcers at 10 sols a day were ordered to Join regiments 
or take passes. All ihe Irish officers were to march with Colonel Bourke to join Irish 

' The pay of 30 and 2$ soh a day was continued to the Colonel and Lieutenant- 
Colonel, and the rest (with some exctptions) wert to take service with the troops. A 
great many Captains and other subaltern Scots officers and cadets, at His Majesty's 
deaire, voluntarily r-inked themselves in a new Scots company of which Colonel Brown 
got the command, with Colonel Scot and Alexander Gordon for his lieutenants. Tbey 
marched in September from St. Germains to Roussillon, and were at the siege of Roses 
with the other two brigades of Captains Rutherford and Haye. 



1692. Dec. 

[James (Galloway), third] Baron Dunkeld [SJ. 
Patrick Graham. 
Colonel Brown. 

Lieutenant-Colonel Sir G Maxwell. 

Colonel Scot. 
„ Gordon. 
„ Fitzsiraons, 
Major Farcherson [Farquh arson]. 

„ James Buchan. 
Captain Thomas Dunbar. 
Fr, Scott 
„ Maitland. 
„ King. 
„ Brad el. 
Priest, Nichols. 
Minister, Edwards. 
List of Field-Officers to whom subsistence was paid by the 
King's order : — 

Col. Buchan. 

„ St. Ange. 

„ Bussy. 

„ Ingram. 

„ FitzsimonSn 

„ Gifford. 

„ Oliphant. 

„ Kobertson. 

„ Grsemes. 

„ Butler. 

„ Rycaut. 

„ Joseph. 

„ Farcharson. 

Lt.-Col. Knightley. 

„ Fountain. 

„ Scott. 

„ Throgmorton. 

„ Bynns. 

„ Robeson. 

f, Grace, 

„ Graham, Bass. 

„ Del aval. 

„ Malcome. 

„ Davidson. 

„ Dieconson for A^ 
B, C, D. E, R 

1693. May 20. Christopher FitzGerald, to be Brigadier of the Irish Troop 
of Guards, with brevet, dated 22nd September 1693, to 
command Brigadier George White, notwithstanding the 
date of the latter's commission. 
„ „ Edward Broghall, to be Aide-Major of the Irish Troop of 
Guards, mce Bada, retired. 
Aug. 14. Donogh (MacCarthy), fourth Earl of Clancarty [I], to 
command the Irish Troop of Guards, m« Patrick (Sars- 
ficld), first Earl of Lucan [I], kiEled at Nerwinden 
(Landen), 29th July 1693. 
„ 21. Captain Richard Middleton, mentioned as Governor of the 
Bass, when Lieutenant-Colonel Graham [commander of 
the garrison ?J has leave to come to France. 
Sept. 20. Colonel Garrett Dillon, to be second Ensign of the Irish 
Troop of Guards. fiVe 'Robert Arthur, died at Namur. 
2 1 24T 

1693- Oct. to. 
„ Dec. 32. 


Captain Donnell M'Donnel, to be Brigadier of the Irish 
Troop of Guards, vice Christopher Fitzgerard, removed. 

[ ] Donnoghe/ mentioned as Sub- Lieutenant in 

Irish Troop of Guards. 

At the end of this year the list of Colonels and Lieutenant- 
Colonels subsisted at 30 and 25 soh a day was fixed at 
fourteen Colonels and sixteen Lieutenant-Colonels as 
under : — ^ 

Col. Buchan. 

„ Canon. 

„ Barclay. 

„ Murray. 

„ Cunningham. 

„ Wallace. 

„ Skeltoa 

„ Graham. 

„ Lord Dunkeld. 

„ M'Lane. 

„ Capt. Clanranald. 

„ Owen Macartie. 

„ Tangis. 

„ Struan. 
Lt-CoL Chetham. 

Lt.-Col. Giffbrd. 

St. Ange. 




Benys or Bynus. 





Michael Bourke. 




1694. Mar. 19. Major Robert Middleton, to repair to the Bass, and in 

case of the sickness, death, or absence of the Governor, 
to command in his place, 

„ „ „ Father Nichols, sent as Priest to the garrison. 

„ Apr. 28. [ J M'Carty, mentioned * as Lieutenant in the regi- 

ment of Clancarty. 

H [Nov. ?]. Edmund French, to command the Spy. 

„ Dec. 20. Father John Dillon, to be Chaplain to the Irish Troop 
of Guards, whereof Donough, Earl of Clancarty, is 

1695. Feb. 22. Captain Peter Nagle, to command the Marin of Brest. 

„ „ „ Captain Philip Welsh, to command the Trompeust of 

„ June 9, Captain Andrew White, to command the Trompeuse, 
„ July 14. Captain Thomas Vaughan, to command theitf>'tf/C7(Tntar/y. 
H ■! t6. Edmund Kearney, to command the 

^ When Queen Mary writes to the Archbishop of Cambray recommending the 

bearer, his wife, who is g^olng with her family to Bnd her husband, who is in garrison 
at Cambray. In another letter, dated 2ist September 1695, mention is made of her 
having four children. 

' A great many officers were continued in subsistence by His Majesty, some at 20 
sols, viz. Majors and others, and the rest at lO s^!s a day, 

' When Queen Mary writes tn the Bishop of Valence recomqnending his wife, who 
intends to liwe in his diocese with her three children. 




1695. Aug, 

„ Sept. 
., Dec. 

1696. Mar. S. 

•» It 





1697. Aug. 




, May 

1708. Apr. 


, May 


, Mar. 







» Sept. 

II ■> 

„ Oct. I 

6. Edmund Ffrench, to command the Marin, canceHcd in 

favour of Richard Geraldin, who had been choseD by the 
armafeurs of the said frigate. 
10. Commission for a second Captain (not named) to com- 
mand the Marfff, 
16. Roger O'Cahane, to be commander of the /ff^B of Dunkirk. 
27. John Counter, to be Brigadier of the 1st Troop of Guards. 
Noted as delivered to George Berkeley. 
[ ], Marquis of Harcourt [F], to be Captain- 

General of the Army [E]. 
Richard Hamilton, to be Lieutenant-General of His 

Majesty's forces [E], 
Edward Cooke, to be Brigadier of the ist Troop of 
Guards. Noted as sent to Colonel Nugent. 

7. Peter Condroy, to be Chtrurgeon of the and Troop of 


8. Bernard Berne, mentioned ^ as formerly Quartermaster of 

the 2nd Troop of Guards. 
Michael Dunn, mentioned' as formerly trooper in the 2nd 

Troop of Guards. 
Patrick Grahame, to be Colonel of a regiment of dragoons 
to be raised [S], and Captain of a troop thereof. 
M .... A ... . [fjohn (Murray), first Duke and 
second Marquis of Atholi], to be Lieutenant-General 
and Commander-in-Chief in Scotland till the King's 

Charles B to be Colonel of a foot regiment to be 

raised [EJ, and Captain of a company thereof. 
Captain David George, to be Captain of the Sptedwetl 
n John Aberdeen, to be 1st Lieutenant ofthe5/«*i'if^// galley, 
p Alexander Gordon^ to be 2nd Lieutenant of the SpeedweU 

7. John Erskine, Earl of Mar, to be General and Commander- 
in-Chief of the forces [S] both by sea and land, renewed 
22nd October. 
1/12, John Gordon of Glenbucket, Bailie to the Marquis of 
Huntly^ to raise the Marquis of Huntly's men. 

24, Thomas Forster, to be a Major-General. 

25. Thomas Forster, to be Commander-in-Chief [E] until the 

arrival of the Duke of Ormonde. 
S/2d Alexander Gordon, to be Lieutenant-General of His 
Majesty's forces (by Mar). 






^ When Major-General Sheldon, Colonel of a regimem of borse, i& directed lo 
inquire inta the compUinls of the Earl of Clancarty against him, 

' When Major-Gcneral Sheldon is directed to examine a report upon his petition- 


1715. Oct.22/Nov.2. John Gordon of Glenbuckct, to be Colonel of 3 foot 

regiment, and Captain of a company thereof (by Mar)- 

1716. Feb. 4/15. Lieutenant -General Alexander Gordon, to be Com- 

mander-in-Chief [S]. 

„ Apr. 6. Peregrine (Osborne), second Duke of Leeds [Ej and first 
Viscount Dunblane [S], to be Admiral and Commander- 
in-Chief of His Majesty's fleet.^ 

„ July 23. Lord Arran, to be Commander-in-Chief of all His 
Majesty's forces both by sea and land in the kingdom 
of England and Ireland^ in the absence of the Duke 
of Ormonde. 

,, Oct. 12. Harrie Lesty, Esq,, to be a Major of foot. 

„ n J, Alexander Gordon^ Esq., to be a Major of foot. 

1717. Jan. 29. Colonel John Livingston, to be a Brigadier of foot. 

„ Feb. 3. Colonel Colin Campbell of Glcnderulc, to be a Brigadier 

of foot, 
„ Apr. . James, Marquis of Drummond, to be Lieutenant-General 

of the horse. Antedated 22nd October 171$. 
„ May la The Honourable James Keith, brother to the Earl 

Marischal, to be a Colonel of horse.^ 
„ Aug. 7. Lancelot Ord, Esq., to be a Colonel [E]. 
^, Oct. 134 Sir John O'Brien, to be a Colonel of foot. 
„ Dec. 20. Captain MacMahon to be a Colonel of horse. 

1 71 8. Feb. 2. Lieutenant-Colonel John Stuart^ to be a Colonel of foot 
I72i.june26. Lord George Murray, to be Brigadier- General of the 

„ „ „ William (Murray), Duke of \RannocK[, to be Lord High 

Admiral [S]. 
„ „ „ Arthur (Dillon), Earl of \Dilton\^ to be General and 

Commander-in-Chief of all our forces [I]. 
„ Dec. 15. George (Granville), Dukt of AlbtmarU [E], to be Com- 
mander-in-Chief in Cornwall. 
1722. Jan, 2. [Lord North], to be a Lieutenant-General.' 

„ „ 4. Thomas Wentworth \Earl of Strafford], to be Commander- 
in-Chief of His Majesty's forces north of the Humbcr. 
William North [Lord North], to be Commander-in-Chief 

in and about the city of London and Westminster. 
Brigadier Gnme, to be a Major-General. 
„ „ Captain Alexander Urquhart, to be a Lieutenant-Colonel. 
Mar 1. Sir Charles Wogan^ to be a brigadier-Gencrai. 
„ 10. Lord Lovat, to be a Major-General. 
„ „ Sir Henry Goring, to be a Major-General. 



^ Endorsed, which comniission the Duke of Leeds delivered back to the King at the 
Baths of Lucca, 23ih August 1^23. 

^ Endorsed : ' Renewed as a Col. of Dragoons, of the same date, and sent him from 
' Balogne, Dec. 5, 1726,' 

' Endorsed : ' Renewed, of the same date, and given to him June 17, 1727.' 




^^H 1723. Apr. t. Sir John Messit, to be a Brlgadier^General. 1 


^^H „ 2. Marcus Gealeagh, Esq., to be a Colonel. 1 


^^H July 6. Sir Luke O'Tool. to be Brigadier-General. 1 


^^K „ 14- Lord Orrery, to be a Lieu ten ant-General. 


^^L „ ,, ? to be a Brigadier-General.^ 


^^H „ Aug.24. Honourable John Dalziel (brother to Lord Carnwath), to 


^^H be a Lieutenant-ColoneL- 


^^J^ 1723. June . Mr. Colin Campbell of Glenderule, Major-General of our 


^^^^^^b forces, to proceed to Scotland. 


^^^^^^ „ July 30. Sir James Campbell of Auchcnbreck, to raise a regiment 


^^H and be Colonel thereof. 


^^^1 Oct 9. James Ogtlvy, to be a Colonel. 


^^H „ Dec. 19. John Anselm Grossin, to raise a regiment and be Colonel 


^^^1 thereof. 


^^V 1726. Apr. 22. Andrew Ramsay, formerly ensign in the late Earl of 


^^^1 Strathmore's regiment, to be a Captain of foot. 


^^^^ 1752. May 22. The Duke of Ormonde to be General and Commander-in- 


^^^^^^b Chief of all His Majesty's forces both by sea and land 


^^^V [E and 


^^H ? for Scotland. 


^^^B H Captain Charles Hardy, to be a Vice-Admiral. 


^^^1 1733* June 13. The Earl Marischal to be a Lieutenant-General, 


^^H I736- Oct. 2p, The Ouke of Berwick, to be a General of foot. 


^^V 1740- F^b. 2. TheDukeofOrmondcr Captain-General and Commander- 


^^^^^_ in-Chief of all His Majesty's forces in Great Britain and 




^^^^^ „ „ „ The Earl Marischal, General and Commander-in-Chief of 


^^^B all His Majesty's forces in Scotland. 


^^^^ '74I- May 17. Lord Eraser of Inveralochyj to be Colonel of a regiment 


^^^^^L of the name and clan of Eraser, 


^^^^^^ „ „ [ ] Chalmers of Galliard, to be a Colonel of foot. 


^^^H J 743- Dec, 23. Lord Lovat, to be a Lieutenant-General. 


^^H „ „ „ SirJamesCampbellofAuchenbreck, to be a Major-General. 


^^^1 n ■• William Macgregor of Balhaldeis, to be a Colonel. 


^^^^ „ „ „ Blank Commission as Commander-in-Chief [E and I], de- 


^^^^K signed for the Earl of Barrymore, in absence of Duke 


^^^^^^ of Ormonde. 


^^K^ 174S' Oct 25. The Duke of York, to be Generalissimo of the King's 


^^^^K forces in Great Britain and Ireland. 


^^^^^V „ The Duke of Ormonde, to be Commander-in-Chief in Great 


^^^1 Britain and Ireland under the Prince and the Duke of 




^^^1 1755- Apr. 13. Anthony Langley Swymmer, to be a Colonel of foot. 


^^H 1759- June 11. Alexander Macleod, Esq., late Aide-de-camp to the Prince 


^^1 of Wales in Scotland, to be a Colonel of foot. 


^^^B * Endorsed : ' Sent to Lord Orrory at his request Tor a friend.' 

^^^K^^ ■ Endorsed: ' Renewed Ap. 5, iza^Si and sent to D. Ormonde.' 


^^H 345 




^ i68g^ 


John Cusackn to be Deputy-Chancellor of the Exchequer^^^H 
f I], in the absence of the Chancellor, Bruno Talbott, who ^^^H 
has leave to be absent from Ireland till Michaelmas teim. ^H 



Matthew Kennedy, LL.D,, to be Master in Chancery [I]. ^H 



Sir Patrick Trant, Baronet, Francis Plowden, John Trinder, ^H 
William Dickenson, and Richard CoUyns^ to be Com- ^H 
missioners of the Revenue, with a salary of jCiooo per ^| 
annum each; and James Nihill, to be agent or solicitor ^M 
to the said Commissioners, zfice Sir William Talbott and ^H 
Charles Pleudell, Commissioners, and John Tapson, their ^H 
agents whose commission is recalled. Noted as renewed ^H 
6th May 16S9, with the clause as to Nihill's being agent ^^^H 
left ^^^1 



Richard Butler, LLD., to be Master in Chancery [[]. ^^^H 



Randle M'Daniel,to be Clerk of the Crown and Peace and ^H 
Prothonotary and Clerk of Common Picas in the Court ^H 
of King's Bench [1], and to keep all the records thereof. ^H 

^^^^^^H May 


Dr. Michael P]nnkett> to be Master in Chancery [I]. ^M 



John Kearny, to be Clerk of the House of Commons [I]. ^M 



James Nagle, to be Sergeant-at-Arms [I]. ^H 



Lieutenant-General Justin M'Cartie, to be Master of the ^^^B 
Ordnance []]. ^^^^^ 



John Shee, to be Commissary of the Musters [I], ^^^^H 



Colonel William Mansel Barker, to be Lieutenant of the ^H 

Ordnance [I]. ^^^H 



Richard Naglc, mentioned as Attorney-General [I]. ^^^H 



Richard Talbot of Malahide, to be Auditor-General [1], ^U 


Order to Sir Richard Kearny, Ulster King of Arms, ^H 
that the Barons of Ireland and their heirs for ever shall ^M 
bear or use a circle of gold, with six pearls equally ^H 
distant from each other on the said circle, for a coronet, ^H 
to be marshalled with their arms. ^H 



Thomas Arthur, to be Clerk of the Hanaper and Clerk of ^| 
the Crown in the Court of Chancery [I]. ^H 



Donnogh (Macarty), fourth Earl of Clancarty [1], to be ^| 
Clerk of the Crown and Peace of Munster. ^H 


Thomas Peppard, to be continued as Mayor of Drogheda ^H 

for the ensuing year, ^H 



Francis Stafford, to be Clerk of the Pipe in the Court of ^H 
Exchequer [ []. ^^^H 
















. Feb. 


1689. June 30. James Nagle, to be Cursitor or Clerk and Engrosser of all 
original writs issuing out of the Court of Chancery [I]. 
„ July I. Richard (Talbot), first Duke of Tyrconnell [I], Henry 
(Jermyn), first Baron Dover [E], Bruno Talbot, Chan- 
cellor of the Exchequer [I], and Sir Stephen RicCf Chief 
Baron of the Exchequer [I], to be Comniissioners of 
the Treasury [I], 
Roger (Maguire)^ fifth Lord InniskilHn [I], to be Lord- 
Lieutenant of Fermanagh, 
Walter Dungan, Lord Dungan, to be Prothonotary of the 

Common Pleas of the Exchequer [I j 
William DoringtoUt to be Registrar of the Court of 

Chancery [I], 
Sir Michael Crcagh, mentioned as Paymasterof the Army. 
Commission to Henry Arundell, George Holeman, and 
Edward Perkins, authorising them or any two of them 
to promise a pardon to such subjects as shall return to 
their duty and such rewards as they shall think pro- 
portionate to the service they shall perform, etc. 
1692. Feb. 13. Thomas Stratford, to be Receiver- General of the tenth due 

to H.M. of all the prizes taken by privateers, 
i69g>Aug. 24. Sir William Ellis, to be Commissioner and Comptroller- 
General of the revenue from prizes, etc. 
„ Nov. 9. John Roettiers and his sons James and Norbert to be 
Engravers-General of the Mint [E]. W^/M ftole that the 
above was renewed to John and Norbert Roeifters, 
6th June 1703. 
„ „ „ Joseph and Norbert Roettiers, to be makers of all instru- 
ments, tools, and engines fit and necessary for edging 
and milling all sorts of gold and silver to be coined in 
the Mint, etc. Wiih note tkat the above ivas renewed 
by James in and Vin, tth Ju^e i703( and again to 
Norbert Roettiers alone ^ 6(h May 17 10. 
„ Dec. 18. Warrant to John, James, and Norbert Roettiers to make 
puncheons and dies for coining five-pound pieces, etc. 
j;70l. Oct, 31, Warrant to Norbert Roettiers for making and engraving 

the Great Seal of England. 
1702. „ 15. Similar warrant for making the Great Seals of Scotland 

and Ireland. 
170S. May 4. Similar warrant to Norbert Roettiers, Engraver-General 
of the Mint [E], to the one dated iSth December 1695. 

1721, June 28. John (Erskine), first Duke of Mar, to be Lord- Li cut en ant 

and High Commissioner [S]. 

1722. Mar. 24. Sir Henry Goring, to be Governor of Bristol.^ 

^ Endorsed : ' September 1738. This commission and that of Major-General for Sir 
* Henry Goring renewed, and both dated day of 1722,^ 



1722. Mar. 26, James (Butler), first Duke of Ormonde [E and I], Charles 

(Butler), first Earl of Arran [I], Thomas (Wentworth), 
first Earl of StraflTord [E], Robert (Harley), first Earl of 
Oxford and Mortimer [E], Charles (Boyle), fourth Earl 
of Orrery [I], Francis (Atterbury), Bishop of Rochester 
[E], ? Lord Gore, William (North), sixth Lord North 
and second Lord Grey [E], and George (Granville), first 
Lord Lansdown [E], to be Lords Regent [Ej during 
the King's absence, with power (five making a quorum) 
to add four to their number.* 

1723, July 30. Simon (Eraser), Lord Lovat [S], to be Lord-Lieutenant of 

Inverness, Nairn, and Sutherland. 

Order for Lord Lovat to seize Inverness and be Governor 

Order for Colonel John Stewart of Kinnachia to raise 
Atholl mcnt * whereas we are resolved to make an 
' attempt for the recovery of our Kingdoms,' etc. 

Commission for Colonel John Stewart of Kinnachm to 
seize Castle of Blair in Atholl, to be Governor thereof. 

Sir James Campbell of Auchenbreck, to be Lord-Lieu- 
tenant of Argyll. 

Commission for Sir James Campbell of Auchenbreck to 
seize Inverary, to be Governor thereof. 

James (Hamilton), fifth Duke of Hamilton [S], to be Lord- 
Lieutenant of the * Shyres of Lannerech, Clidesdale 
' and Renfrew.' 

Alexander (Montgomerie), tenth Earl of Eglinton [S], to 
be Lord-Lieutenant of Ayr. 

William (Cunningham), twelfth Earl of Glencairn [S], to 
be Lord-Lieutenant of Dumbarton. 

William (Cunningham), twelfth Earl of Glencairn [SJ, to 
be Governor of Dumbarton Castle. 

James (Fleming), sixth Ear! of Wjgton [S]> to be Lord- 
Lieutenant of Stirlingshire. 
, John (Erskine), first Duke of Mar [S], to be Commis- 
sioner to the Parliament [Sp 
1/27. June 23. [ ] Roettiers, to succeed his father, Norbert Roettiers, 

as Engraver-General to the Mint [£]. 
„ July 4. Power to James (Murray), Earl of Dunbar [S], to open 
all letters addressed to the Kir^ or to Sir John Graeme. 
1732. May 22. James (Butler), Duke of Ormonde [E and I], to be Regent 

[E and I] during the King's absence. 
1743, July 29, Le Sieur Jean Corroye Liegois, to be Expeditionaire du 
Roy (? copying-clerk) at the Court of Rome, 

' Endorsed : ' 39 Aug:uat 1723. This commission was returned and is destroyed.' 

» Endorsed : ' Recalled.' 


1743. Dec. 23. Commission of Regency to Charles, Prince of Wales. 
„ I, „ Simon (Fraser), Lord Lovat [S], to be Lord- Lieutenant 
north of the Spcy and to the head of the Spey to the 
north side of Loch Lochy. 
„ „ „ Sir James Campbell of Auchenbreck, to be Lord-Lieu- 
tenant south of Appin in Lome, including the isles of 
Lismore, Mull, Coll, etc. 

1750. Aug. 5- Commission of Regency to Charles, Prince of Wales. 

1757. Sept. 5. New Commission of Regency to the Prince of Wales, 

1759. Aug. 12. James Edgar, Esq., to be Clerk of our Councils, Registers, 
and Rolls [S], with reversion to his nephew, John Edgar 
of Keithock, Esq,^ 

* The warrant sets forth that * Whefeas our Trusty and well-beloved James Edgar, 
* £sq., has served us, these great m^ny years as oiar Cl^rk and Secretary with great 
' fidelity, integrity, and dlligcpcc, of which wc being very sensible, we thereforSj a^ a 
' mark of Our Royal favpur and of Our Royal appreciation of the faithful services he 
' has rendered to us, Do hereby cotistitute aad appoint the said Jiames £d|!:ar lo be 
' the Clerk of our Councils, Registers, and Rolls in Scotland during all the days of his 
' lifetime, and after that we also constitute and appoint our trusty and well-beloved 
' John Edgar of Keithock, Esq., his nephew^ to be our said Clerk of our Councils, 
' Registers, and Rolls during all the days of his lifetime. To have and to hold to them, 
' and the longest liver of them two,' etc. A note attached to a copy of the Scottish 
House of Ed^ar, formerly belonging to a granddaughter of John Edgar of Keithock, 
states that he was created a Baronet by King James iii and viil. James Edgar was a 
younger son of David Edgar of Kctthock by his second wife, Elizabeth Guthrie, and 
was bom at Keitbock, 13th July 1688, He was out in thc'igwEth his brother John 
(wbo wa$ taken prisoner and died in Stirling Castle), and afterwards fled to Rome, 
when he became Private Secretary to King James and so continued titl his deatb^ :24th 
September 1764, His nephew, John Edgar of Keithock, the son of his elder brother 
Alexander, by Margaret, daughter of the Rev. John Skinner, was out in the '45, and 
after the defeat of Culloden took ship far Americat but being captured by a French 
privateer, was taken to France, where he obtained a cQiumission in Ogilvy's regiment. 
He afterwards joined his unde in Rome, but after the Act of Indemnity in 1756 he 
returned to Scotland, where he died 4th April 1788. He married, February I76'3^ 
Catherine Ogilvy, and had issue seven sons and three daughters. The sixth son and 
eventual heir, Thomas, bom March 1775, died unmarried 7th September 1831, and was 
succeeded by his brother James, born 4th April 1777, died 1S41, having married, 1813, 
Anne Barbara, daughter of J. Hamilton, merchant in Glasgow, He had issue two 
sons and three daughters : John, a monk, died unmarried ; James, of whom presently ; 
Anne Hamilton, married J- G. Plomer of Helstone, Cornwall, and had issue ; Catherine, 
died unmarried 1871 ; and M.-iry Caroline, who died unmarried 1S96. James, the 
younger son, born 1819^ emigrated to Canada, and died 6(h April iS$l, leaving by his 
wife, Grace, daughter of the Rev. David Fleming, with two daughters (Eliia Catherine, 
wife of W. P. Wilkie of Edinburgh, advocate, who died jth September 1872, and 
Grace, wife of Richard Thome, merchant in Toronto), an only son, Sir James David 
Edgar, MR, PC, K,CM G., sometime (19th August iS96-3lst July 1S99) Speaker of 
the Canadian House of Commons, who was bom at Hatley, Quebec, loth August 
1S41, and died at Toronto 31st July 1^99, leaving issue six ^ns and three daughters. 
Information taken from The Family of Bdgar^ published by the Grampian Club, l873» 
supplemented by notes kindly suppHed by Lady Edgar. 

2 K 







Baronet [E], 1692. ' 


^^H BUTLUR, Charles, £^1 of Arran [I], 

Duke of Arran [E], and Jan. 1723. 


^^H EoRLASE, Humphrey, . , . . 

Lord Borlase, Baron of Mitchell [E], 

16 . .? 
Baron Bourke of Bophin [I], and Apr. 


^^^1 BouRKB, Hon. John, afterwards Earl 


^^H of Clanricarde [I]. 



^H ^Toby, 

Baron Bourke [I]^ 3rd Feb. 1737^ 


^^^1 DE BozAS, Joseph, Count of Castel- 

Duke Castleblanco, and Duke of St 


^^^^^^ bianco, 

Andrews, Marquis of Borland, Eacl of 
Fordan, Viscount of the Bass, Lord 
Divron [S], 4th Feb. 1717. 


^^^H Browne, George, .... 

Baron, Viscount, and Earl of Brow-ne [I], 
1 2th Apr. 1726. 


^^H Sir Vale&tine, third Baronet [I], . 

Baron Castlerosse, Viscount Kenmare 
[[}, 2oth Apr. 16S9. 


^^^H Butler, Richard, .... 

Baron Butler [I], ist Apr. 1737. 


Baronet [E], 23rd Dec, 1743. 


^^H Piers, Viscount of Galmoye [I], . 

Earl of Newcastle [I], co. Limerick, 


^^H Cameron of Lochiel, John, 

Ixtrd Lochiel [S], 27th Jan. 1717. 


^^^B Gary, Lucius Henry, sixth Viscount 

Earl of Falkland [E], 13th Dec. 1722. 


^^1 Falkland [S]. 


Baron Caryll of Durford, co. Sussex [E]» 
a. 29th Jan. 1699. 


^^^B CuEfiVKKS, Edward, 

Baron Baniiow, co. Wexford, Viscount 
of Mount trfinster, co. Carlow [1], 
33rd Aug. 1689. 


^^H Chiffihch. See Villiers. 


^^H CoifHOCK, William, .... 

Baronet [E], aand Feb. 1732. 


^^^1 Constable, John, .... 

Baronet [E], 17th Sept. 1753, 

• ^^^^^1 

^^^1 CoTTiNGTON, FraAcis, . k . . 

Baron Cottington of Fotitbill Gifford, 
CO. Wilis [E], Apr. 1716. 


^^H Crohb» Matthew 

Baron Crone [1], i6th Feb. 1728. 


^^H Datia, nA MoMTECUCtJLi, Anna 

Countess of Aknond [S], 3/13 Jan. 


^^^1 Victoiia. 



^^^1 Virgilio, ..... 

Lord Davia, Viscount of Moneydie and 
Earl of Almond [S], 9/12 Apr. i6gS. 


^^^1 Dillon, Hon. Arthur, 

Baron and Viscount Dillon [I], 1st Feb. 
1717 ; Earl, Viscount, and Lord 
Dillon [S], 24th June 1721. 



DoRiNCTON, Lieut.-Col. Willianij 
Drummond. See Macgregor. 
John, Earl of Melfort [S], . 

James, Earl of Perth [S], 

£rskine, John, Earl of Mitr [S], 

Everard^SIt Redmond^ fourth Baronet 

FiTTON, Sir Alexaiider, 

FIT7JAMBS, Henry, .... 

FORES-TEK, Sir John 

FoRSTAL, Sir Mark, .... 
Fraser of Inveralochy, Charles, . 

Simon, Lord Lovat [S]> 

Gavdon, Sir Richard 

Goring, Sir Henry, fourth Baronet [E], 

Grjgme, John 

Grahant, Richard, Viscount Preston [S], 

Grant of Grant, James, 

Granville, George, Lord Lansdown [E]^ 

GUALTERio, John fiapltst, Count, 
Halks, Sir Edward, Baronet [E], 


Earl of Macclesfield [E], 17 . .? 

Baron Cteworth [E], yth Aug. 1689; 
Duke of Melfort, Marquis of Forth, 
Earl of Isla and Burntisland, Viscount 
of RickertoUt Lord Castletnains and 
Galston [S], 17th Apr. 1794. 

Duke of Perth, Marquis of Drumtnond. 
Earl of Stobhall, Viscount CargiU, 
Baton Concraig[S],fl. 17th Oct. 1701. 

Duke of Mar, Marquis Erskine, Earl of 
Kildrummie, Viscount Garioch, IvOrd 
Alloa, Ferriton, and Forrest [S], jand 

Oct. 1715; Baron [ ] and Earl of 

Mar, CO. York [E], loth Nov. 1717; 
Duke of Mar [I], 13th Dec. 1722. 

Viscount Everard [I], aoth June 1723. 

Baron Fitton of Gosworth [I], tst 

Apr. 1689. 
Baron of Romney, Earl of Rochford^ and 

Duke of Albemarle [E], rjthjan. 1696. 
Baronet [S], 31st Mar. 1729. 
Baronet [1], 122nd Jan. 1734- 
Lord Fraser of Muchalls [S], 20th July 

Duke of Fraser, Marquis of Beaufort, 
Earl of Straiherrick and Upper Tarf 
(Abertarf), Viscount of the Aird and 
Strath-Glass, Lord Lovat and Beauly 
[S], 14th Mar. 1740. 

Baronet [I]. ?9th July 174J, 

Baron Bullinghel, Viscount Goring [E], 
and Jan. 1722. 

Baronet [SJ, 6th Sept. 1726; Lord New- 
ton, Viscount of Falkirk, and Earl of 
Alford [S], joih Jan. 1760. 

Baron of Esk [E], 21st Jan. 1689. 

Lord Grant [SJ, 24th June 1721. 

Lord Lansdown, Viscount and Earl of 
Bath [E], 6th Oct 1721 ; Lord Lans- 
down of Bideford, Viscount Bevel, 
Earl of Bathj Marquis Monk and Fitz- 
hemon, Duke of Albemarle [E], 3rd 
Nov. 1721. 

Earl of Dundee [SJ, a. 1 2lh Nov. 1 705, 

Baron Hales of Emiey, co, Kent, Vis- 
count Tunstall, and Earl of Tenterden 
[E], 3rd May 1692, 

^^^^ PEERS AND BARONEl S ^^^^^^| 

^H Hay, Col. WiUiam 

Baronet [S], 31st Jan. ^^^^^^^^^^H 

Baronet [5], 31st Dec 17^6. ^^^^^^^| 

^^H Hon. John, . . , « 

Earl of Inverness^ Viscount of Inner- ^^^^^^^H 

paphrie, and Lord Cromlix and Erne ^^^^^| 

[S], 5th Oct. 1718; Baron Hay [E], ^H 

3rd Apr. 1727 ; and Duke oflnvemess ^^M 

[S], 4tb Apr. 1727 ^1 

^^^^^ Hely, Sir John, . , , , , 

Baronet [I], sSth June 172S. ^^M 

^^H . Hkrbkrt, WUliara, Marquis of Fowis 

Marquis of Montgomery and Duke of ^^^ 


Powis [E], tzth Jan. 16S9. ^H 

^^M Sir Edward 

Earl of Portland [E], 16S9 (?). ^H 

Baronet [I], 6th May 1734' ^^M 

^^B HooKE, Nathaniel 

Baron Hooke of Hooke Castle [I], 19th ^^^ 

Feb. 1708. ^H 

^^^^^ Jkrhyk. Henry, Lord Dover [EJ, 

Lord Jermyn of Royston, Baron of Ips- ^^| 

wich, CO. Suffolk, Viscount of Cheveley, ^^M 

CO. Cambridge, and Earl of Dover ^^m 

[E], 9th July 1689. ^M 

^^H L^LLY, Geraid> 

Baronet [I], 7th July 1707* ^H 

^^H Sic Thomas Arthur, Baronet [I], . 

Baron Tollendally, Viscount Ballymole, ^^| 

and Earl of Moenmoyne, 1746. ^^H 

^^" LuMisDEN, John, .... 

Baronet [S], sth Jan. 1740. ^^H 

Maccartv, Hon. Justin, 

Baron of Casileinch, Viscount Mount- ^^M 

cashell, co.Tipperary{I],ist May 1689. ^^H 

Macdohald. See Mackenzie. 


of Clanranald, Ranald, 

Lord Clanranald [S], 28th Sept. 1716. ^H 

John, . . . . ■ 

Baronet [I] Or [S], 1745. ^^^^| 

of SleaEt Sir Donald, Baronet [S], 

Lord Sleat [S], 23rd Dec. 1716. ^^^H 

Macdonell of Glengarry, Alexander, . 

Lord Macdonell [S], 9th Dec. 17(6. ^^^H 

of Keppoch, Alexander, 

Baronet [S], 6th June 1743. ^^^^| 

Maccrhgos, otherwise Drummond, 

Baronet [S], [4th Mar. 1740. ^^| 



Mackenzie, otherwise Macdonald, 

Baroness Clanranald [S], 28th Sept. 17 16. ^^^^M 

Penelope Louisa. 


Kenneth, Earl of Seaforth [5], . 

Marquis of Seaforth, Earl of Forlrose ^^^H 

[s], 1689. ^^H 

Mackintosh of that ilk, Lauchlan, 

Lord Mackintosh [S], atst Jan. 171 7, ^^^^| 

Maclean of that ilk, Sir Hector, fifth 

Lord Maclean [S], 17th Dec. 1716. ^^^^| 

Baronet [S]. 


MACLEOD of that ilk, Norman, . 

Lord Macleod [S], Sth Dec. 1716. ^^^| 

Baronet [S], sth Sept 1733. ^^^H 

MiDi>LETONi, Earl of Middleion [S], . 

Earl of Monmouth, Viscount Clermont ^^^^| 


^^ MtJBRAV, Hon. James, 

Earl of Dunbar in East Lothian, Vis- ^^^^| 


count Drumcairn, co. Fife, and Lord ^^H 


Hadykes, co. Dumfries [Sj. 2dd Feb. ^^M 

^^^^^. . William^ Lord Nairne [S^, . 

Lord [ ], Viscount of Stanley, Earl ^^M 


of Nairne [Sj, 24th June 1731. ^^^M 


753 ^H 



^^^^^^^^^ LIST OF SURNAMES "^m 

^^^^^^^^^^M MuRRAV, William, Marquis of Tullibar- Duke of Rannocb, Marquis of Blair, Earl ^| 


of Glen Tilt, Viscount Glenshie and ^H 


Lord Strathbran [S], ist Feb. 1717^ ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^1 Hon. Alexander, M.P,, 

Eail of Westminster, co. Middlesex, Vis- ^H 


count and Lord [ ] [E]t 1 3th ^^M 


Aug. 1759- ^M 

^^^^^^^^^^H North, William, Lord North and 

Grey Baron, Viscount, and Eart North [E], ^H 


6th Jan. 1732. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^M Nugent, Hon. Thomas, 

Baron Nugent of Riverston, CO. West- ^H 


meath [I], 7th May 16S9. ^H 

^^^^^^^^^H O'Brien, Col. Daniel, 

Baron Castle Lyons [I], 17th Mar. 1726 ; ^^M 


Baron [ ], Viscount Tallow, and ^^| 


Karl of Lismore [IJ, nth Oct. 1 746. ^H 

^^^^^^^K — Col. , , . , 

Baronet [I], 19th Jan. 1723. ^^^^^ 

^^^^^^^^^^H O'Callaghan^ 

, KnrI O'Callaghan [I], 17 . . (P). ^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^M O'Gara, Lieut-Col Olirer^. 

Baronet [I], 2nd May 1737. ^^^B 

^^^^^^^^^^H Oglethorpe^ Theophilus, . 

Lord Ogloihorpe of Oglethorpe [E], ^H 


3oth Dec. [717. ^^1 

. Countess of Oglethorpe [I]^ 6th Oct ^H 
. Lord Otiphant [S], 14th July 1760. ^B 

^^^^^^^^^^^H Oliphant of Gask, Lawrence, 

^^^^^^^^^^H CRoURKE. Owen, 

Baron O'Rourki^ of Carha, co. Leltrtm ^| 


[I], 34th May r7a7; Viscount of ^| 


BrefTney in Connaught [I], ^tst July ^H 


1731; Baron Carha and Viscount of ^H 


BrefTnsy [I], July 1743. ^^| 

^^^^^^^^^^M O^SuLLiVAN, John, 

Baronet [I], 9th May 1753. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^1 Pavnter, 

P Marquis of Trclessick {£], 20th June ^H 

^^^^^^^^^H PuRCBLL, Col. Nicholas, 

Baron L^ughmore [t], idSg. ^^^^H 


. Baron Kilpee [E], 1690 (?). ^^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^H Ramsay, Andrew Michael, . 

Baronet [S], ajrd Mar. 1735. ^^^H 


Baronet [£], 30th Dec. 1717; Baron ^H 


Redmond [I], i5lh Dec 1721. ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^H Robertson of Struan, Alexander 

Baronet [S], i7>5- ^^^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^H of Fascally, Alexander, 

Baronet [S], loth May i;35. ^^^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^1 RocHfi, Dominick, 

Baron Tarbert and Viscount of Cahira-^^^^^ 


vahilla [I], r. 1689/90. ^H 


. Baronet [E], 34th July 1715. ^^^ 

^^^^^^^^^^H — — Joseph, 

Baronet [E], 5th Oct- 1722. ^^^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^1 RUTLHDOE, 

Baronet [I], 33rd Dec. 174S, ^^^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^H St, John, Henry, Viscount B 

oling- Earl of Bolingbroke [E], c. 36th July ^H 


1715- ^1 


Baron Rosbcrry, Viscount of Tully, E^l ^H 


of Lucan, co. Dublin [1], Jan. 1691. ^^| 

^^^^^^^^^^H Robert, 

Lord Sempill [S], 1725 (?). ^^^^B 

^^^^^^^^^^H Shkridan, Thomas, 

Baronet [I], r7th Mar. 1736. ^^^^M 


Baronet [I], 9th Dec. 17 16. ^^^^H 

^^^^^^^^^1 Stewart of Appin, Dugald, 

Lord Appin [S], 6tb June 1743. ^^^^H 

^^^^^K 354 

^^ ^^^^^^^1 


Stbwart, CoL John R07, . . Baronet [S], 4th Nov. 1784. 

Stuart, Charlotte, .... Duchess of Albany [S], c. 23rd/a4th Mar. 

Prince Charles Edward, . Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester [E], 

c. 1720. 

Prince Henry, .... Duke of York [E], a. aSth Mar. 1733. 

Talbot, Richard, Earl of Tyrconnell, ■ Marquis and Duke of Tyrconnell, co. 

Tyrone [I], 30th Mar. 1689. 

ViLLiERSf Barbara, nie Cbiffinch, Countess of Jersey [E], Apr. 1761. 
Countess of Jersey [E]. 

William, Earl of Jersey [E], . Baron of Hoc, co. Kent, Viscount of 

Dartford, co. Kent, and Earl of Jersey 
[E], Apr. 1 716. 

Walsh, Anthony Vincent, . ■ Lord, Viscount, and Earl of Walsh [I], 

3oth Oct. 1745. 

Warren, Col. Richard, . Baronet [I], 3rd Nov. 1746. 

Wentworth, Thomas, Earl of Strafford Duke of Strafford [E], 5th Jan. 1 732. 

Wharton, Philip, Duke of Wharton Viscount Wincbendon, co- Bucks, Earl 
[£]. of Malmesbury, co. Wilts, Marquis of 

Wobum, CO. Bucks, Duke of North- 
umberland [E], Oct 1 7 16. 

Wogan, Charles, Baronet [I], 1719. 

Worth, Patrick, Baronet [I], 12th Sept. 1733. 

^ INDEX ^^^^^^^^^1 

^^^K^^ OF NAMES IN THE SECOND PART ^^^^^^^^^^| 

^^m (knights, declarations of noblesse, appointments, etc.) ^^^^^^^^H 

^^H ABERCROHBYt Patrick, 224. 

239, ^^^^^^H 

^^^1 Aberdeen, John, 243. 

^19- ^^^^^H 

^^^^ Achaden, Bishop of, Dr. Walter Blake, 

Bagnail, Dudley, 217, 219, ^^^^^^H 


Bagnob, C 1 232. ^^^^^H 

^^^r Achadoe, Bishop of, Dominick Dalny, 

Bagott, Richard, 221, ^^^^^^^^| 

W 227. 

Bailly> James, |^^^^^| 

H Achmouty, Capt, 240. 

Bannerman, Sir Patrick, 191. ^^^^^H 

H Achonry, Bishop of, Patrick Robert Kir- 

Barclay, Col., 241^ ^^H 

^^K wan, 231. 

Barker, CoK William Mansel, 246. ^^M 

^^^r Adams, C^pt., 231. 

Barklay, Sir G.^ 240. ^^H 

V AJrlic, Earl of, 196. 

Bamevrall;^ Catherine, 20a. ^^H 

■ Albania Cardinal John Francis, 231, 

Barrel^ Peter, 207. ^^M 

H Albany, Charlotte^ Duchess of, 194, 

Barryt Edmund^ 200, 218. ^^H 

H ALbemarl^t George, Duke of, 244. 

Richard, 205. ^^H 

H Atbevillet Marquis of, 206. 

See de Ward Barry. ^^| 

H Alford, John, Earl crf, 215. 

Banymore, family of the Earl of, 300. ^^H 

H Almond, Counteiss of, 220. 

Earl of, 20S, 237. ^^M 

^^K Amorium, Bishop of, FTancis Petre, 330. 

Battisle, 220. ^^H 

^^H^ Anderson, George, 338. 

Becqnec, the family of, 197, 198, ^^^^ 

^^^H Ardzgh and Clonmacnois, Bishops of: 

Seigneur de Beffe, Louts Matthew, ^^^^^ 

^^^B Ambrose O^Conor, 226 ; Peter MuHgan, 

197. ^^^H 

^^H 228; Dr. Thomas O'Brien, 239; Mac- 

Seigneur de Moulin Ic Comte, Peter ^^^| 

^^H dermot Roe, 229 ; Father Augustine 

Thomas, 197, 198. ^^H 

^^H Chcvers, 230,231 ; Dr. Anthony Blake, 

^ Seigneur of Saleppe, Philip Francis, ^^H 

^^H 231 ; James Brady, 231. 


^^H Ardfert, Bishops of: William O'Mcara, 

Belasis, Thomas^ 217. ^^^^| 

^^H 230; Nicholas Madgett, 230. 

Bellew, 225. ^^^H 

^^^1 Ardfert and Aghadoe, Bishop of, Dr. 

Belloni, Sieur Jerome, 233. ^^H 

^^^H Denis Moriarty, 226. 

Benoczi, Jerome, 224. ^^H 

^^H Argenson, Mons., 199. 

Benys, Lieut-Col., 241, 242, ^^| 

^^H Armagh, Archbishops of : Dr. Bernard 

Berkeley, Sir George, 24^. ^^H 

^^^B Macinahon,228; Dr. KocheMacmahon, 

Berkenhead, Harcourl, 218, 319. ^^H 

^^H 230; Michael O'ReiUy, 230; Dr. An- 

William, 217. ^^M 

^^^B thony Blake, 231. 

Becmingham, family of, 20t; Ralph, 201. ^^H 

^^^H Armstrong-, John, 227. 

Bcme, Bernard, 243. ^^H 

^^^1 Amald, Capt., ig6, 24a 

Berwick, James, Duke of, 238 (3), 245. ^^1 

^^^1 Arran, Charles, Earl of, 248. 

Bctham, Dr. John, zzov ^^H 

^^H Arthur, Robert, 239, 242. 

Biddulph, Richard, 219, 220. ^^M 

^^^1 Thomas, 246. 

Mrs., ^^M 

^^^1 Arundcli, Henry, 347. 

Bietagh, Thomas, 239, ^^M 

^^H Atholl, Duke of, 243. 

Bignon^ James, 197. ^^M 

^^^1 Atkins, Thomas, 216, 

Birtha, Bishop of^ James Talbot, 331. ^^M 

^^H Axton, James, 199. 

Black, [ ]. 308. ^H 

^^^1 Aylward, Nicholas, 199. 

Blair, Dn John, 234. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^T N DEX^^^^^^^^I 

^^^^^^^^^^^M Blake, Di. AnthoTiy, 231 


^^^^^^^^^^^1 Dame 

Richard, 202, 206, 246. ^^^^^B 

^^^^^^^^^^^^B Thomas, 210. 

Col., 241 ^^^B 

^^^^^^^^^^^^M Dr. Walter, 1229. 

of KiUeagh, 209. ^^B 

^^^^^^^^^^^Br Bodueli A.nthony Arthur, 

Theobald, 222. ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^K^ Jcihn 

Byerley, Capt, 240, ^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^^B -' Tliomas, 2iz. 

Byiin$. See Benys. ^^B 

^^^^^^^^^^^H Bolin^broke, Henry, Earl 215. 


^^^^^^^^^^^1 BonareLli, John, Caunt 235. 

Cahir, Lord, 204, 309. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^M Booth, Charles, ; Capt., 340. 

Callanan, Mary, 221, ^^B 

^^^^^^^^^^^H du Bourg, Stephen Simon 199. 

Campain, family of, 197. ^^B 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Bourke, ramily of, 203. 

Seigneur de St. Julian, Julian, 197. ^^| 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 ' Augustine, 

Campbell, Andrew, 230. ^^| 

^^^^^^^^^^1 David, 

Df Auchinbreck, Sir James, 237^ ^^B 

^^^^^^^^^^B Edward, 

245 (3). =4^ (^). 249- ^1 

^^^^^^^^^^^^H Martin^ 

of Gtenderule, Col. Colin, 333, 344, ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 LicuL-Col. Michael, 341. 



Cambray, Archbishop of, 243. ^^^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^H Hon. 

Cameron, Allan, 233. ^^^^| 

^^^^^^^^^^^^H Thomas, 209. 

Cane, [ ], 220. ^^| 

^^^^^^^^^^^1 Sir Toby, 

Canon, Col, 239, 24], ^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^1 William, 

Cardinals nominated by King Jame$ : ^^| 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 of Clanrickard, family of, 201. 

Abb<5 Melchior de Polignac, 227 ; Peier ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Bowman, [ ], 2o3, 

Guerin de Tencin, 228; Monsignor ^H 


Dominick Riviera. 22S ; Peter Guerin ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^1 Bradley, Patrick, 230 

de Tendoj 229 ; Monsignor Armand ^^B 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Brady, 

de Rohan, Abbc^ de Ventadour, 239 ; ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Bragg, Thomas, 

Paul Albert de Luynes, 331. _ ^^B 

^^^^^^^^^^1 229, 

Caroegy of Boysick, James, 232. ^^M 


Carney, Dennis, 219. ^^| 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 BrlDdijdne, Oliver, 

Camwath, Lord, 245. ^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^^H Brittas, Lord, 199 (3), 302^ 

Carny, Richard, 19S, ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Broghall, Edward, 239 (3}, 242. 

CaiToll,[ -], 338^ Brian, 239; John, T9S. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Broomer, Jeremiah, 216^ 220, 224. 

Carteret, [ ], 335. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Browne, Francis, 335 ; Hon. Henry^ 214. 

Lady Mary, 233, 223. ^^B 

^^^^^^^^^^^^B Browne or Brown, Thomas, 199, 226. 

Sir Charles, 33t, 322. 1 

^^^^^^^^^^^^B 239 

Cary, family of, 196. ^^B 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Brullagham, Dr. John, 

Mademoiselle, 196. ^^B 

^^^^^^^^^^^^B Buchan, Major James, 

Caryll, John, first Lord, 194, 198, 220, ^H 

^^^^^^^B 341 


^^^^^^^^^^^^B Major-Gen., 

John Baptist, third Lord, 215. ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^H Buckenham, Robert, 

John,, 330. ^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^P Bulstrode, Sir Richard, 203, zi8 (2), Z3i, 

Cashel, Archdeacon of, John Butler, 231. ^H 

^^^^^^^H 333. 

Archbishops of : Abb^ Christopher ^^B 

^^^^^^^^^^^^B Burgo, Thomas 

Butler, 226 ; Dr. James Butler, 230. ^^B 

^^^^^^^^^^^B Biirke or de Burgo, John Machugo, 20S. 

Castle Connell (Bourkes), Lords, 202, 209. ^^B 

^^^^^^^^^^^^B family 

William, Lord, 237, 1 

^^^^^^^^^^^^B de 

Chaise, Pere La, 322. ^J 


Challoner, Richard, 229, 231. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^B Bussy, 

Chalmers of Galliard, [ "], 245* ^^^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^B Butler, Christopher, 236, 230. 

Chamberlain, Thomas, 236. ^^^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^^B Edmund, 

Chapman, William, 235. ^^^B 

^^^^^^^^^^^^M Frances 209, 

Chardon de St. Arques, John de, 305. ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^^B of Killcop, James^ 209, 

Charles, Princeof Wales, 193, 194, 349 {3), ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^^B Dr. 

Chatham, Col., 34Q, 241. ^^M 



^^H Chaumont, Joseph du> 322. 

347. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H 

^^H Chevers, Dr. Aug^usiine, 230^ 231. 


^^^1 Chilton, Cbristophtr, 21S, S19, 


^^H Clancarty, Earl of, 323, 243. 


^^H - — DoDoughf Earl of, 342, 246. 


^^^1 Clancy^ family of, 203. 

Cunningham, Earls of Glencaim, the ^^^^^^^^H 

^^^1 Honora, Z03. 


^^H Clanranald, Capt. of, 341. 

Col., ^^^^^^^^1 

^^H Clare, Lord, 199 (2). 

Cusack, John, 246. ^^^^^^^^| 

^^^1 Clark, Nicholas, 220. 

Nicholas, 239. ^^^^^H 

^^^1 Cleeland, John, 257. 


^^^1 Ckcre, IgTialius, 139. 

Dauvv, Father Domlnickj 337. ^^M 

^^H Clermont, Lord, 2:^4. 

Dalziel^ Hon. John, 245. ^^H 

^^H Cloglier, Bishops of; Dr, Hugh Mac- 

Darby, Jonathan, 237, ^^H 

^^^1 mahon, 227 ; Bernard Macmahon, 227 ; 

Davia, Count Anthony, 221. ^^H 

^^^F Dr. Roche Ma^cmahoo, 227 [2) ; Daniel 

Cardinal, 227;^ 228, 233. ^^H 

^^r O'Reilly, 229. 

David, Anthony, 224. ^^H 

^^H Clonfers, Bishop of, Peter DonoetaOj 323. 

Davidson, Lieut.-Col., 341. ^^H 

^^m Close, Richard^ 237. 

D:iy, Dr. Daniel, 3 16. ^^M 

^^m Cloyne and Ro$s, Bishop of, John 

Dean«, Capt., 340. ^^M 

^^^L O'Brien, 230. 

DelAtre, [ ]^ 222. ^^H 

Delaval, Capt, £40; Lieut-CoLti 241, ^^H 

^^^B Cockburn, [ ], 132, 

^^^1 CoghaOf Anne, 212. 

Dempsey, Mary, 212. ^^H 

^^H Terence, 

Dennot, Bryan, 20;, ^^^| 

^^H Colgrave, [ ], 205. 

Dcrmott, Terence, 239. ^^^^H 

^^H Col.f 

Deny, Bishops of : Neil Conway, 227 ; ^^^^H 

^^^1 Capt, Sir Georg^e, 191. 

Michael O'Reilly, 229 ; Patrick Brad- ^^^H 

^^H George, 203. 

Icy, 23a ; John Colgrave, 330 ; Philip ^^^^H 

^^^1 John, 230. 

MacDavett, 331. ^^^^| 

^^^H Collyns, Richard, 346. 

Desmond, Earls of, 198. ^^^^H 

^^^H Comerford, Luke, 19S. 

Devereux, Gerald, 220. ^^^| 

^^^B Condroy, Peter, 243. 

Dicconson, Dickenson, Dickeson^ Dick- ^^H 

^^^1 Connor, Thomas, 220. 

onson, etc., Edward, 229, 230 ; William, ^^^| 

^^H Connockt Conock, Dame, 223. 

219, 223 (2), 246. ^^^H 

Dillon, Arthur^ Earl and Viscounty 194, ^^^^| 
232, 244 ; Coi. Garrett, 242 ; John, ^^^^B 

^^^H — Sir Timon, igi, 222. 

^^H Conquest, Henry, 217 (3), 218^ 219, 321, 

342 ; Maurice, 239. ^^H 

^^H 223. 

Dixey, John, 220. ^^H 

^^H Constable, John, 317, 219, 335. 

Doberus, Bishop of, Richard Chaloner, ^^H 

^^^H Conway^ Neil^ 227. 


^^^H Cook, Matthew, 240. 

Do^ [ 1 239 (4). ^^M 

^^^1 Cooke, Edward, 243. 

Donnelan, Peter, 22S. ^^^^H 

^^H Copley, John, 219. 

Donnoughe, [ }, 243. ^^^^^| 

^^H Cork, Bishops of : Thaddsus Macarty, 

Doriugton, Dorrington, CoL, 23S ; Peter, ^^^^H 

^^H 327 ; Richard Walsh, 230 ; John Butler, 

208 ; William, zoS, 247. ^^^H 


Douglas, Edward, szo. ^^H 

^^^1 CorroycT John, 24S. 

Dover, Henry, Lord, 247. ^^H 

^^^P Corsloi, Ner^e Marie, Cardinal^ 226. 

Dowdall, John, Z03 ; Matthew, 203 ; ^^H 

^^H Cotte^ Edmond, 206. 

Stephen, 238 (2}. ^^M 

^^H Counter. John, 242. 

Down and Connor, Bishops of : John ^^H 

^^^H Coyle, family of, 200. 

Armstrong, 237 ; Edmond O'Doran, ^^H 

^^^H ■ Eugene,. 200. 

230 ; Theophilus Macartan, 331. ^^H 

^^^1 ' John, 200. 

Doyle, Timothy, 319. ^^H 

^^^B Crawford, Sir Henry, 193. 

Dromore, Bishop of, Anthony Garvey, ^^| 

^^^L^ Crea£b» Matthew, 23a. 

229. ^^1 

359 ^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^INDEX ^^^^^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^H Dmaimond, Lord Edward, 333 ; James> 

Enniskiiko, Lord, 199 (3). ^^^^^| 

^^^^^^^^^^^^M Marquis of, 194, 344 ; Thomas, 200, 

Errot, Charles, Earl of, 194. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^1 Dublm, Arcltbishops of: Liicas Faga.n, 

Erskine, Charles^ 213; Clementine, aij} ^H 

^^^^^^^^^H 22S ; John Lmegar, 328 i Patrick Fiu- 

Colin, 213. ^H 


of Alva, Sir John, 233. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Archdeacon of, Richard Lincoln, 

of Cambo, Charles, 313. ^^M 


of Gogar, Alexander, 313. ^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^^H Dugud, William, 224. 

Evans, Charles, 208 ; William^ 20B. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^B Duksinheld, Cecilia, 212. 

Evers, Demoiselle, 309 ; family of, 312 ; ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Dumont^ Joseph Nosetti, 231. 

Helen, 212 ; Richard, 21Z. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^H Dunbar, James, Earl of, 194, 315, 24S. 


^^^^^^^^^^^^1 CapL 

Faqah of Feltrum, family of, 198 ; James, ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Dundee, John Baptist^ Earl of^ 194. 

198 ; Lucas, 22S (3). ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^H David, Viscount 

Falconieri, Alexander, Cardinal, 228. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Dunfermline, James, Earl of, 340. 

Falvcy, James, 22r. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^H Dungan, Walter, Lord, 

Falvie, Jolie, 320. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Dunlceld, James, Lord, 241 (2). 

Farcharson, Farcherson, Col., 241 ; Major, ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^1 Dunn, Dunne, Bernard, 227, 3z8 ; James, 


^^^^^^^^^^^1 230 

Farmour, Capt, 24a ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 DupuYf Lawrence, 

Farretl, Licut.-CoL, 241. ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^^M Durham, Dean of. See Granville. 

Farrelly, Dr., 225. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^1 219. 

Faure, Jean, 223. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Duvoye, Catherine, 206. 

Fede, Innocentio, 218(3). ^^H 

Feilding, Major, 240. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^H Edgak, family of, 349 ; Alexander, 349 ; 

Fermcr, Richard, 22r. ^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Anne Barbara, rt/f Hamilioa, 349 ; 

Ferns, Bishops of: John Verdun, 326; ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Anne Hamilton, 249 ; Catherine^ rt/e 

Stephen MacEgan, 228 ; Ambrose ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^1 Ogiivy, 349 ; Catherine, 249 ; David, 249 

O'Callaghan, 22S ; Dr. Nicholas Sweet- ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^B (1) ; Eliza Caherine, 349 ; Grace, 249; 

man, 229. ^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^1 Grace, n/f Fleming, 2493 James, 215, 

Finch, [ ], 22i, ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^H 249(3); Sir James, 349 i John, 249(3): 

FitzGerald, Anna, 208 ; Catherine, 199 ; ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^H Lady, 349 ; Margaret, nA Slcinnfir, 

Christopher, 242 {2) ; Edmund, 323 ; ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^1 349 ; Mary Caroline, 249 1 Thomas, 249. 

Garrett, 202, 222 ; Gregorie, 335 ; John, ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^B Edwards, [ ], 24 

309, 212 ; Joseph, 205 ; Maurice, 2o9, ^^| 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Egan, Constantius, 

209; Patrick, 202 ^ Richard, 212 (2); ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^1 Egarof Kilbaranf James, 2ti. 

Richard Thomas, 112 (3); Valentine^ ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 EgUnton, Alexander, Earl of, 248. 


^^^^^^^^^^1 Ellis, Sir William, 217, 

Earls of Desmond, 199. ^^| 

^^^^^^^^H 225, 

Fit^Gibbon, Maurice, 208 ; William, 207, ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^^M Elphin, Bishops of: Ambrose MacDermot, 


^^^^^^^^^^^^f 226 ; Patrick French, 228 ; John Brett, 

Fitz James, Duke of, 209. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^V 230; Dr. James O'Fallon, 331. 

Henry, 238. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^H Embrun, Archbishop of, Peter Guerin de 

Fit^Maurice, Eleanor, 211 ; Henry, 210. ^^M 


Fil?5imons, Col.i 241 (3) ; Patrick, 231. ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^B England, Protectors of : Cardinal Gual- 

FttsTheobald, Nicholas Geraldine, 307. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^1 ; Cardinal Pico, ; Car- 

Fieming, Rev. David, 249 ; Mary Char- ^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 239. 

lotte, 202 i Richard, 303. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Vicars-Apostolic for the Northern 

Flynn, Thomas, 228. ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 District of: Thomas Dominick Williams, 

Forstal, Sir Mark, 192, ^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 237 ; Edward Dicconson, 229, 230. 

Forrester, Charles, 2j6 ; Sir John, 191. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^1 Vicar-Apostolic the West 

Forster, Thomas, 243 (2). ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^B Lawrence William York, 

Foster, Guy, 23a ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^H ^^-~ Vicar- Apostolic of Midland District 

Fountain, Fountatoe, CoL| 304 ; LieUL- ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^1 of, John Talbot 

CoLi 242. ^^M 


Fox, Thomas, 33o. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^INDEX ^^^^^H 


^^^1 Kraser of Inveralochy, hoji, 345. 

Guftttaoi, Charles, 325. f 


^^^1 ■^— William, 232. 

Gucrin, [ 1 225 ; Dr. Martin, 224. 


^^^1 French, Edmund, 242, 243 ; Patrick, 24B. 

Guthrie, Elizabeth, 249. 


^^^1 Fulla.n, Daniel, 22r. 


^^^1 Fnrlong, Cecile, 204 ; James, 204 ; Mary, 

Hall, Capt, 240- 


^^H 304. 

Halpeny, Peter, 32L 

Hamilton, family of, 19G ; James, Duke 


^^H GAl,T.AGltE!R, Galllhtirium, Bonavcntura, 

of, 193* 1 94 (a), 248 i[ 1^49; Richard, 


^^^1 22S ; James, 227, 228. 



^^^^ Galmoye, Piers, Viscount, 317, 23^!. 

Hanley, Peter, 20a 


^^^1 Gardiner, Thomas, 208 ; William^ 20S. 

Hanmer, family of^ 196. 


^^^H Garvan, Calagban, 219, 22Z. 

Harcourt, Marquis of, 242. 


^^^H Garvcy, Anthony, 229. 

Hardy, CapL Charles, 245. 


^^H Gaultier, Gautier, Francis, 216, 220, 221. 

Hatcher, [ ], 220. 


^^^1 Gautterae, NathaDiel, 216. 

Hay, Capt., 240 ; James, 324 (2} ; John, 


^^^1 Gawen, Richard, 236. 

224 ; Capt, William, 224, 233. 


^^H Gaydon, John, 239 ; Sir Kicbard, 192. 

Haywood, [ ], 220. 


^^^H Gealeagb, Marcus, 245, 

Helmc, Nestor, 218. 


^^^H Cenoary, Benedict, 221. 

Hely, Sir John, 192. 


^^^1 George, Capt. David, 243^ 

Hepburn, Magdattn, 196. 


^^H Geraldine, Geraldin, Giratdin, Gira^rdin, 

Hicky, Patrick, 199. 


^^^1 of GuTteen, 19S, 203 ; of Desmond, 203 ; 

Higgins, Higgons, Sir Thomas, J91, Stj ; 


^^H Claud Francis^ 204 ; Sir James, 23s ; 

ThoraaSj 219 ; [ ], 207. 


^^H Nichoias, 198 {2), 203 ; Toby, 205, 239. 

Hodnett, Houora, 20a 


^^H Giflbrd, CoU M°! 241 C^)) Sir John, 218, 

Hogan, Edward, 220^ 


^^H 3 '9^ 

Holeman, George, 247, 


^^H Gillett, Stephen, 200. 

Hore, Lawrence, 239. 


^^^H Ginnari, [ •\, 216. 

Homyold, John, 130. 


^^H Glencairn, Williann, Earl of, fi48 (2). 

Howard, Bernard, 234 ; Dr. John, 325 ; 


^^^1 Glynnegrant, Knights of, 209. 

Henry, 227 ; John Stafford (see also 


^^^1 Godeit, Thomas, 22r. 

Stafford), 217(2), 218. 


^^^H Goolde, Capt. James, 223. 

Huntly, Marquis of, 245. 


^^^1 Gooldin, John, 239. 

Huoluhaa, Daniel, 223. 


^^^H Gordon, Admiral, 233 ; Alexander, 240, 

Hyrde, O'Hyrde, of Ladarath, family of^ 


^^^1 243^ 244 (2) i Bishop James, 228 ; CoL, 

201 ; Christopher, 201 ; John, 101, 



of Drogheda, John, 201. 


^^^ of Glenbuckct, John, 243, 244. 


W Goring, Sir Henry, 244, 247, 

IMFERIALI, Cardinal, Joseph Rene, 336. 


^^^ Gough of D^nki^k, 204. 

Ingleton, Di, John, 220. 


^^^H Grace of Coiirtatown, 201 i Edmond, 

Ingram, Cot., 241, 


^^^H 2oi ; Lieut-Col., 242 ; Thomas, 201. 

Itines, Inesftt David, 224 ; Lewis, 214, 


^^^1 Grsemet Brigadier, 244 ; CoL, 241 ; Dr., 

217, 224. 


^^^^ 325 J Sir John, afterwards Eari of 

InniskEllin, Roger, Lord, 247. 


f Alford, 2ts>233, 248. 

Inverness, John, Earl of, 194, 215 (2). 


Graham, Col.^ 241, 242 (2); Patrick, 241, 

Ireland, Protectors of the Kingdom of: 


243 J Thomas^ 237. 

jD$epb Rene, Cardinal Imperiali, 336; 


Grammoot, Countess of, 196. 

Nftrde Marie, Cardinal Corsint, 238. 


Grants Alexander John, 227 ; Francis, 

Iverque, Barons of, 209. 


222 ; James, 209. 


Granville, Dean of Durham, Denis, 217, 

Jackson of Hicketton, family of, 195; 



Sieur des Auches, John Jacquenot, 195. 


GrifTen, James, 221. 

James, Prince of Wales, 193. 


Griffith, Capt. Henry, 220, 

Jennings, Dr. John, 225. 


Grossin, John Ansclm, 245. 

Jerningham, Sir George, 192, 233^ 


Gualterio, Cardinal, 226, 331. 

Johnston, CoL, 196, 340. 



^^^^^^^^^0 ^^^^^^1 


Lambert of fialtyhire, family of, 213; ^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^M Joyce, George, 

Jane, ^^H 

Lampert, Patrick, 239. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^H KASTt Sieiir George Christopher^ 196. 

LangCon, Anne, ^lU ^^| 

^^^^^^^^^^P Kearny, Edmund, 343 ^ John, 246 ; Sir 

Lansdown,. George Granville, Lard, 253;, ^^H 



^^^^^^^^^^^^b Keeffe, Dr James, 

Lante, Frederic Marcello, Cardinal, ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^H Keithf Hon. James, 344 ; William, Lard, 



La Rue, Col, 240 ; Francis, 238. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^1 Kclltc, Alexander, Earl of, zi^ ; Thomas, 

Latton, Col., 240, 241. ^^H 


Lauian, Francis Nompar, Duke of, I93. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^M Keily, 

Laysonby, Capt., 240. ^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Keonedy, David, 233 ; Louis, 212; LffUis 

Lee, Rose, :22t ; Sir Andrew, 199,238; ^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^1 Daniel, 212; Matthew, 246; Philip, 

Thomas, 22i. ^^H 


Leeds, Peregrine, Duke of, 244, ^^| 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 K«Tby, Henry^ 220 

Lehy, Dr., 199. ^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Kerjan, Marquis de, 196. 

Leigh, WiEliam, 233. ^^H 


Leonard, Paul, 1:99; Stephen, 199, ^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^^H Kerry, Bishops of: Eugenius O'SulUvan, 

Lery, Marqujs of, ^04. ^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^H 229 ; Wliliam O^'Meara, 229. 

Leserieilr, Elizabeth, 221. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Kildare, Bishops of: Edward Murphy, 

Leslie, Lesly, family of, 195 ; Hani^ ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 227 ; Bernard Dunne, 227 ; Stephen 

244; Sf-igneur du CUsson^ Francis, ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Dowdal, 228 J Dr. James GaUihurium, 

195- ^1 

^^^^^^^^^^^1 228 J Dr. James KeefTe, 230. 

Lewin^ John, 320. ^^H 

^^^^^^^^^H Killala, Bishops of : Father Thaddicus 

Ley, Lawrence, 211 ; Nicholas, 211, ^^H 

^^^^^^^^H O'Rourke, John O'Hart, 

Leyburne, Charles, 218, 219^ John, 236. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^H Dr. Bernard O'Kourke, 229 ; Father 

Lidcotf Sir John, 222. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^1 John ErcttT ; Dr. Mark Skerret, 

Limerick, Earl of, 216. ^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^^M 230 ; Father Bonaventura Macdonnel, 

Bishops of: Dr. Robert Lacy, 228 ; ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^1 230; Dr. Philip 

Dr. Daniel Kerney, 231. ^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^1 Killatoe, Bishops of: Terence Macmahon^ 

Lincoln, Richard, 251. ^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^H ; Sylvester Louis LiQyd, 

Linegar, John, 22S, 231. ^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^1 Patrick Macdonnagh, 229 ; Patritk 

Liria, James, Duke of, 193, 233. ^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 O'NaughtOn^ 230; Nicholas Madgett, 

Lisraorc, Daniel, Earl of, 193, 2J5. ^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 33<^, 331; Father Michael Peter Mac- 

du Livicr, [ ], 239. ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Mahon, 331 ; William O'Meara, 

Livingtone, Livingston, Capt., 240 ; CoL, ^^B 

^^^^^^^^^^H Killiketly, Father 

196 ; CoL John, 244. 1 

^^^^^^^^^^^^H Kilmacduagh, Bishops of : Dr. Ambrose 

Lloyd, David, 219^ Sylvester Louis, 228, ^J 

^^^^^^^^^^1 Madin, 226 ^ William O'Daty, 

229 (3) ; William, 226. ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^^H Mania Bourkc, 223 Father Peter 

London, Vicars- Apostolic for the district ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^ 229. 

of: Bishop Bonavcntura GifTord, 227 ; ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^H Kilmore, Bishops of: Michael Mac- 

Dr. Benjamin Petre, Bishop of Prusa, ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 donagh, 223 ; Lawrence Richardson, 

229; Bishop Richard Challoner, 2ji. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 229 ; Andrew Campbell, 230. 

Lorraine, Duke of, 200 (2). ^^M 

^^^^^^^^H 234, 

Lovat, Simon, Lord, 237, 344, 245, 248(3), ^^ 

^^^^^^^^^^^^M Kirwan, Patrick Robert, 

249, 1 

^^^^^^^^^^^B KnightUey, Knightly, Alcxandei, 

Lucan, Patrick, Earl of, 20S, 238, 339, 1 


242. 1 

^^^^^^^^^^^Hk Knowles of Orchardslane„6iQiily of, 195; 

Luker, Nicholas, 201. ^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^B 19S' 

Lumsden, Andrew, 215. ^^H 

Luttrell, Stmon, 23S. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^1 Lagadie, James, 

de Luynes, Paul Albert^ 231. ^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^m Lacy of Kilminere, family 307 ; Dr. 

Lynch, Dominick, 235. ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^H Robert, 22S ; Col William, 207 ; Lieut- 

Lyons, John, 198 (2) j Simon, 225 j ^H 


Thomas, 198 (a). ^^^ 

^^^^^^^^^^B a62 

^^^^^^^^flNDEX ^^^^^^^B 


^^H Macarton, Theophilns, 231. 

de Mannery, Anthony, 207, 211 j Arthur, 


^^^B Maca.rty^ M'Carry, Macarthy etc., 

207, 211 ; Elizabeth, 211 ; John An- 


^^^H Catherine, 199 ; Charles, 204, 207, 209, 

thony, 207, 211 ; John Vincent, 207, 


^^^1 216(2)^219; I^enis, 204,209; Florence, 

211 ; Jastin, 207, 211 ; Marie Eliia- 


^^^1 2Q7, 20S ; Jeanne, 197; Justin, 246; 

beth, 207, 211. 


^^^1 Owen, 241 ; Thaddxus, 227 ; Timothy, 

Mannsat, [ ], 216. 


^^M 309 ; [ ], 342. 

Mar, John, Duke and Earl, 193^ 313, 


^^H family of,, 198. 

21$, 224,243, 247,248. 


^^^^ — Rca^h, family of, igg, 207, Z09. 

Marischal, George, Earl, 194; William, 


^^^1 MacCoghan, family of, 212. 

Earl, 194 (2), 234, 244, 245 (2)- 


^^H M'Daniel, Randie, 246. 

Marjoribanks, [ ], 205, 208. 


^^H MacDavett, Philip, 231. 

Martiiij John, 2q2, 


^^^1 MacDermot, Ambrose, 226 ; SirTercnce, 

Martinash, Elizabeth, 221 ; John, 220. 


^^H 197 ; Thomas, 229, 230. 

Maxwell, Sir G.^ 241 ; [ ], 238. 


^^^f Macdonagfa, Macdonnagh, Michael, 

Mayers, Lawrecce, 234, 


W 228 ; Patrick, 229, 230. 

Meath, Bishops of: Lucas Fagan, 228 ; 


K^ MacDonald of Claoranald, family of, 

Stephen MacEgafl, 228 ; Augustine 



Chevers, 231. 


■ of inverghyscvan, family of, 211. 

Melfort^ John, Duke and Earl of, I93, 


MacDonnel, MacDonell, M'Don- 

200,214(2), 232,237- 


nel, CapL, 211; BonavenCura, 230; 

Mepzles, James, 216; John, 220, 233. 


Daniel, 219 ; DoBnel],242 ; Hugh, 228 ; 

Mtsslt, Missett, Sir John, 192, 245, 


James^ 210 ; Sir Randal, 2191, 2:>i. 

Michel of Iretandj ( ], 225. 


MacEgan, Michael, 202 ; Stephen, 227, 

MIddleton and Monmouth, Charts, Earl 



of, 214 (4). 


^^^1 MacEvay^, Daniel, 19S. 

John, 224 j Capt. Richard, 242 ; 


^^H Macghie, [ ], 223. 

Major Robert, 242. 


^^^^ Macgregor, William, 245. 

Mildmay, Dorothy, 208. 


B Machugo, i ], 20S. 

Milncr, Nicholas, 220. 


^^^^ Mackcan, Neal, 205. 

Miner, Francis, 216. 


^^^K M'Lane, Col., 24: ; Sir Alexander, 240. 

Motza, Coant Charles, 218, 220; Countess, 


^^^H MacLeod, Al'cxander, 245, 



^^H MacMahon, M'Mahoa, Capt., 244 ; Ber- 

Mombriae, Rev. Bcrnardin, 225. 


V nard, 227, 228, 230; Elizabeth, 203; 

Montnouih, Courtess of, 221. 


■ Hugh, 22? ; John, 237 ; Laurence, 206 j 

Monninx, Louis du, 221. 


Michael Peter, 2yi ; Roche, 229; Tc- 

Monsett, Peter, 221. 


^^^H rencc, 227 ; Winifred, 205, 

Monson, Capt., 240. 


^^^^H ' family of, 203, 2o6» 

Montgomery of Sche^mafley^ Sir James, 
214; Marquis of, 239; William, Eat] 


^^^1 Macmanus., Charles, 211 ; Marianoe, 211, 


^^^1 Macnamara, family of, 203, 204 ; Don- 

of, 239. 


^^^H ough, 204 ; John, 203. 

Moriarty, Dr. Denis, 235. 


^^^1 MacSwiney, family of, 206 ; Miles, 206. 

Morrogh, Bartholomew^ 198. 


^^H MadgeCt, Nicholas, 230 {2). 

Mottet, Sir Alphonso, 240, 


^^^r Madtrij Ambrose, 226. 

Movante, Anthony, 210^ 


m Magennis, Arthur, 216. 

Moyry, Peter, 321. 


■ Magragh, family of, igg. 

Muligan, Peter, 228, 229. 


Maguire, Mary, 211. 

Mulronny O'Carrotl, family of, 203. 


^^^^ Maguirk, Patrick, 2::o. 

Murphy^ Edward, 227 (2), 228. 


^^^1 Mahony, Bartholomew Joseph, 21 r, 225 ; 

Murray, Cat., 241 ; Hon. James, after- 


^^^H Eugene, 

wards Earl of Dunbar, 222, 224, 233 j 


^^H Main, [ ], 3oS. 

Lady, 223 ; Lord George, 244. 


^^H Maitland, Capt., 241 ; John, 22$. 


^^^H Malcome, Lieut.-Col., 242. 

NaGLE, David, 222 ; James, 246, 247 j 


^^^H Mallus, Bishop of, Edward DicconsoH;^ 

Capt. Peter, 202, 235. 242 ; Sir Richard. 



214,217, 246. 




^^^^^^^I N D EX^^^^^^^^B 


Nainie, of St. Fooid, Alexander, 239 ; 

Ogilvie, family of^ 196 ; Sieur de la Per- ^^M 


David, 198, 214, 217, 322» 224. 

riere, James, 196. ^^H 


Naish, Nash, Falhcr, J18 ; John, 219. 

Ogiivy of Boyne, family of, 309 ; Alex- ^^H 


Napier) Ueut-CoL, 24^1 H^ '» ThomaE, 

ander, 309 ; Catherine, 349 ; James, ^^M 



245 ; Pairiclr, 209. ^^M 


NeagJe, James, 2ig. 

Oha:^erty, Daniel, 207. ^^M 


Neper, Francis, 221. 

O'Kanlon, Edmund, 20a; James, 20E ; ^^H 


Neville, Nevil, etc., Mary, 221 ; Tbomas, 

John, 200. ^^1 


217,319, 221. 

O'Hart, John, 228. ^H 


Newcastle, Piers, Earl of, 193, 222. 

O'Haughemc, John, zio; Marie, 210; ^^M 


Nicholas, Oliver, 221. 

Maurice, 310; Simon, 2to ; William, ^^M 


Nichols, Father, 242 i Priest, 241. 



Nicole, Marie, 211. 

O'Kean, Thomas, 21I. ^^M 


Nihillf James, 246, 

O'Laughlin, Anthony, 202 ; Denis, 202 ; ^^^ 


Nimport, John, 235. 

Malachy, 202. ^^H 


Nisiba, Bishop of, Lawrence William 

Oldlield, Capt., 240. ^^^^M 


York, 331. 

O'Leyne, Thomas, 204. ^^^^^H 


Nithsdate, Countess of, 224 ; William, 

Qliphant, Col., 241 (2). ^^^^H 


Earl of, 194. 

O'Mara, John, 204. ^^^^^| 


Nolan of Balenoche, famity of, 301, 

O'Meara, William, 229, 23a ^^^H 


North, Roger,j 18; Witliam, Lord, 344(2), 

Omehegan, Chevalier, 211 ; Elizabeth, ^^M 



n/i Russell, 211; James Anthony ^^| 


Norwich, Archdeacon of, Thomas Brown, 

Thaddeus, 21 J ; Mary Catherine, 211 ; ^^| 



William Alexander, 211. ^^H 


Nugent} Anne, 222 \ Bridget, 221 ; Col. 

O'Moore, Charles, 2al. ^^^^^| 


Christopher, 23S. 

O^NaughtoD, PalricV, 230 (3). ^^^^| 
O'Neil, family of, 203 ; Cathenne, 303 j^^^^H 


O'Brien, Obryan, etCj Arthur, 302 ; 

Phellx, :io3. ^H 


Bryan, 220 ; Charles, 239 ; Col. Daniel, 

Ord, Lancelot, 244. ^H 


254(2} 3 Daniet, 201 ; Denis, 210, 220 ; 

O'^Rcilly, Daniel, 229 ; Michael, 329, 230 ; ^H 


[ 1 239; [ 1 232 ; Jane, 206; Col. 

Philip, 231.. ^H 


John, 234 (2) ; John, 230 ; Sir John, 

O'Rieidane of Banmore, &mily of, 201 ; ^^| 


244; Terence, 199; Dr. Thomas, 

Daniel, 200. ^^| 


229 (S)- 

Ormes, Rev. [ ], 225. ^H 


of Cuonagh, family of, 199, 

Ormonde^ family of, 196; James, Duke ^H 


of Derry, Demetrius, 206. 

of, 194, 198, 205, 352, 343, 344, 245 (5), ^H 


Earl of Thomond, famity of, 206. 

24S (2). ^H 


of TuUo Garnony, 199. 

O'Rourtce, O'Roerk, Audconus, 233 ; Dr. ^H 


O'Cahane, family of, 203 ; John, 203 ; 

Bernard, 229 ; Thaddeus, 226 ; [ ], ^^| 


Col. Koger, 203, 243. 

204. ^^1 


O'Callaghan, Ambrose, 328 ; John, 206. 

Orrery, Charles, Earl of, 245 (3}, 248- ^^| 


O'Carroll, Andrew, 211. 

O'Shagnussy, Colin, 228. ^^| 


O'Clary of Fedan> Thomas, igS. 

O'Shiel, Patrick, 2:25. ^^| 


O'Conlcan, Rogfer, 203, 

Osland, John, 198, ^^| 

^^^^^^_ « 

O'Connel, Teige, 225. 

Ossory, Bishops of: Patrfck Shee, 22S ; ^^| 


O'Conor, Am,brosc, 226. 

Dr. James Dunne, 230; Father Thomas ^^| 


O'Daly, William, 227- 

de Burgo, 231 ; Colin O'Shagnussy, ^H 


O'DonncU of Ramalton, Col., 205 ; Father 

227. ^H 


Aathonr, 230 ; Nathaniel, 230, 

O'Sultivan, Cornelius, 199 ; Eugenius, ^^| 


O'Doran, Dr. Edmond, 230. 

229 (2) ; John, 209 -, Sir John William, ^H 


Odueri, family of, 204. 



O'Dtinne, Daniel, 201 ; Francis, 201. 

More, family of, 200. ^^| 


O'Fallon, Dr. James, 23]. 

O'Toole, Sir Edward, 192 ; Sir Luke, 192, ^^| 


Ogara, O'Gara, Bernard, 227 ; Michael, 

245- ^H 



Otway of Ballyoeclogh, John, 237. ^^^^H 




^^^H^H^^^ INDEX ^^^^^^1 


^^H OwcQs, Patrick^ 219. 

Nathaniel O'Donell, 230; Philip 


^^^B Oxfgrd and Mortimer, Robert, Earl of. 

O'Reilly, 231, 



Raitrey, George, 3!9. 
Raulin, Louis, 23$. 


^^^1 Pahhure^ J^me^ Earl of, 194, 

Read, John, 216, 219. 


^^H Pa^rker^ Anne, 208 ; Vemon, 237, 

Redmond, Remond, family of, 212 ; 


^^^ Parrellf, Esprijoscpht 224, 

Anne Marie Xaviere, 20S ; EIiz.abeth 


H Parry, Henry, 217, 219. 

Bridget, 208 ; Frances Catherine Julia, 


^^^L Parsons of Biir, Sir Lawrence, 337. 

Z08 j Josephe Marie de Jesus, 208 j 


^^^P Pemberton^ Richard, 219. 

Sir Peter, 192, 2o8, 325, 236; Stephen 


V Peppard, Thomas, 246- 

Francis, 212. 


W Perkins, Edmund, 217 ; Edward, 147. 

Reinolds, Lieut., 240, 241. 


Perry, John, 220. 

Reudell, Charles, 246. 


Persico, Joseph, 320. 

Rice, James, 301 ; Sir Stephen, 247. 


Person, [ ], 33a. 

Richardson of Glasgow, family of, 201, 


Perth, Duchess of, 22d; James, Duke 

202 ; Lawrence, 229 ; Richard, 222. 


and Earl of. 193^ 194, 217, 219, 223. 

de KichmonI, alias Richardson, Francis, 


Petre, Benjamin, 227, 229 ; Francis, 230. 

301, 202. 


Philips, Dr. Philip, 231. 

Riva, Louis, 218 ; [ J, 31S, 


Philomielia, Bishop of, John Homyold, 

Rivena, Riviera, Cardinal, 2zS ; Mon- 



signor Dominick, 228. 


Pico, Cardinal, 229. 

Rivera, George, 239. 


Piersc, Ricliard, 210. 

Robertson of Struan, Alexander, 240 ; 


Plomer of Helstone, [ ], 249. 

Col., 241 ; John, 196. 


Ploughman, William, 235. 

Robeson, LieuL-CoL, 242. 


Plowden, Francis, 21S (4}, 319, 2zi, 233, 

de la Roche, John, 208, 220 ; Redmond, 


246; Mary, 2i8;r 22t. 

207; Theobald, 201; Theresa, 208 ; 


Plunkett, Christian, 221 ; Dr. Michael, 

Viscount of Fermoy, Lord, 208, 


246; I 1,239, 

Rochester, Francis, Bishop of, 232, 


Polignac, Abbd Melcbior dc, 327 (2}. 



Porter, James, 217, 219, 221 ; John, 235, 

Roettiers, James, 247 (2) j John, 247 (3) j 


Povay, Capt., 340. 

Joseph, 247 ; Norbert, 247 (7), 248 ; 


Power, CoL, 199 (2) ; Elizabeth, 199 ; 

[ },248. 


Emilia, 208 J Jamts, 235 ; John, 210(4); 

de Rohan, Armand, 229. 


Marish, 210; Robert, 199, 21S, 222; 

Ronchi, James, 217; John, 319 j John 


William, 210. 

Baptist, 224 ; Pellegrino, 217. 


Powis, William, Duke and Marquis of, 

Roscoe, James, 237. 


^^ 193. 216 (3)- 

Roug^, Dominick, 221. 


^^1 Prescot, Humphrey, 219. 

Ruga, Father, 222. 


^^M Preston, Robert, 239. 

Russell, Earls of Bedford, family of, 200; 


^H Price, Morgan, 197 ; [ 1 240. 

Charles, 200; Countess of Tressan, 


^^H Prieur, John, 216 ; [ ], 220. 

Charlotte Michel, 211. 


^^H Prusa, Bishops of: Benjamin Petre, 327 ; 

family of, 2it; Sir Charles, 211; 


^^H Dr. Benjamin Petre, 229. 

William, 211. 


Pyraube, John, 233. 

Rutherford, Capt, 240. 

Rutlidge, family of, 210; James, Zio; 


Ragazzi, Joseph Anthony, 225. 

t^l 2.0. 


Rama, Bishop of, Charles Walmesley, 

RyanofGlanogaha, family of, zoo; Denis, 



220 ; Capt. John, 233 ; John, 20a 


^^^ Ramsay, Andrew, 24J. 

Rycaut, Col., 241. 


^^H Rannocb, William, Duke of, 244* 


r Ra.nt£au, Count of, 21 1. 


' Raphoe, Bishops of: James Gallihurium, 

Sackville, Sakvill, Thomas, 218^ aig. 


227 ; Father Botiavemura Gallagher, 

Sacripanti, Cardinal, 2-26. 

' ^^^1 

^^^ 528 ; Father Anthony O'Donnell, 230 j 

St, Angc, Col., 240, 241 (3). 





^^^^^(^^^^^^^INDEX ^lH^^^^ 

^^^^^^^^^^^H Sarsfleld, Anne, 208 Francis, 206 ^ 

223 3 Roger, 220, 232 J Teresa, 2*3 1 ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^H Ignatius, =06 ; Sir James, 191 ; Patriclc, 

Walter, 217^ 221, 223. ^^B 

^^^^^^^^^^^1 206 ; Wiiliara, ao6 ; Xavier, 206, 

Struan^ CoL, 241. ^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^1 of KilmalloclE, Viscount, 206, 208. 

Stuart, LieuL-CoL John, 24.4. ^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^^H de Sartine, Antoine, 

Stytch, Capt, 240. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Scotland, Protectors of: Cardinal Sacri- 

Sumerville, Robert, 197. ^^B 

^^^^^^^^^^^^P pantl, 226; John Anthony, Cardinal 

Sutherland, Major-Gen., 238. ^^B 

^^^^^^^^^^B Davia, 223 (2) ; Alexander, Cardinal 

Symes, Andrew, 220; Elizabeth, aai ; J 

^^^^^^^^^^^H Falconieri, 228 ; Cardinal Riveria, 228; 

James, 217,219. ^J 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Joseph, Cardinal SpinelH, 236; Car- 

Sympson, John, 220. ^^B 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 dinal John Francis AJbani, 231. 

Swcctman, Dr, Nicholas, 229. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Vicars-Apostolic in: Alexander John 

Swymmer, Anthony Langley, 345. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^^m Gr3nt,227 ; Bishop James Gordon, 228. 


^^^^^^^^^^^H Scott, Scot^ Col., 239, 240, 341, 242 ; Capt. 

Talbot, Talhott, Bruno, 246, 347 i 1 

^^^^^^^^^^H Francis, 341 (i) ; James, 

CoL, 240; James, 231; Richard, 246; 1 

^^^^^^^^^^^HF Henry, 212. 

Sir William, 246. ^^J 

^^^^^^^^^^^H Sempill, Hugh, Lord, 206 ; Robert, 206. 

Tangis, Col., 241 ; Monsieur de, 340. ^^B 

^^^^^^^^^^^^K Sens, Ar^^hbishop or> Paul Albert de 

Tapson, John, 246. ^^H 


Tarras, Earl of, 19S, ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^M Seven Churches, Bishop of, Father 

Tencin, PelCf Guerin de, 228, 229. ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^H Stephen MacEgon, 227, (2). 

Theobald, Nicholas Geraldin, 335. ^^fl 


Tbetry, Terry, James, Athlone Herald, 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Sbee, Eleanor, 209 i John, 246; Pairidc, 

i9S« '97. '99 (2), 201, 211 ; Patrick, 202. 


Thespta?, Bishop of, John Talbot Stonor, 

^^^^^^^^^^^B Sheldon, Lieut.-Gen. Dommiclc, 198, 318, 


^^^^^^^^H 223 ; Major-Gen., ; [ ], 

Thome, Dr., 224 ; Richard, 249. 


Thomond, Henry, Eart 0^ 237 ; Earls of. 

^^^^^^^^^^^^L Sheridan^, John, 223 ; Sir Thomas, 


^^^^^^^^^H 224, 332 

Throgmorton, Col., 240, 242. 

^^^^^^^^^H Skclton, BevtU, 216 (z) ; Col., 240, 241. 

Tlberiopolis, Bishop of: Thbmas Domi- 

^^^^^^^^^^^1 Slcerret, Dr. Mark, 330 (z). 

nick Williams, 227. ^^fl 

^^^^^^^^^^^^B Rev. John, 

Tobin, Elizabeth, 210; John, 210. ^^fl 

^^^^^^^^^^^1 Slane, Barons of, family of, 202; Lord, 199. 

Tomasium, Ambrose, Count, 256. ^^fl 

^^^^^^^^^^^H Col. 

Trant, David, 205 ; Sir Patrick, 246. ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^^H Smallwood, Mary, 221. 

Trapps, Col., 240, 241. ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^H Smith, Alexander, 223, 230; Charles, 

Treason, Louis, Count of, 211 ; CbarlottC} ^^ 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 209 ; James, 209. 

n^e Russell, Countess of, ill. J 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Solomon, 

Trevanion, Richard, 2r9. ^^1 

^^^^^^^^^^H Southcot, [ ], 232. 

Tricot, Elizabeth, 202. ^^M 


Trimlestowii, Matthias, Baron, 338 (»). ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^H Spindli, Joseph, Cardinal, 330 (3], 

Trinder, John, 246. ^^M 

^^^^^^^^^^^M StaSbrdi, Francis, 246; John, ^17, 3I9i 

Troy, Patrick, 339. ^^B 

^^^^^^^^H — 

Trohy, Sieur, 197. ^^ 

^^^^^^^^^^1 Staveley, Capt., 240. 

Tuam, Archbishops of : Bernard Ogara, 

^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Stewart of Kinnachin, Alexander, 320 ; 

227 ; Michael O'Gara, 329 ;; Dr. Mark 

^^^^^^^^^^^^B Francis, 229 i Col. John, 24$ (2]. 

Skcnei, 330. 

^^^^^^^^^^^1 Stistch, Dr. Thomas, 229. 

Tiirene, Matthew, 230. 

^^^^^^^^^^^^B Stonor, John Talbot, 

Tyrconneil, Richard, Duke and Earl of, 

^^^^^^^^^^^H Strafford, Jasper, 239 ; Thomas, Karl of, 

205, 247. 

^^^^^^^^H 244, 

Tyrrell, Tyrril, Abb^ WiUiam Thomas, 

^^^^^^^^^^^1 John 324. 

307 ; Eleanor, 212 (2) ; Richard, 212. ^H 

^^^^^^^^^^^1 Stratford, Thomas, 335 (3], 


^^^^^^^^^^^1 Strathmori^ Earl 245. 

UmsworTH, Thomas, 23a 1 

^^^^^^^^^^^1 Strickland, [ ], 222 ; Lady, 223 

Urquhart, Capt. Alexander, 244; CoL 1 

^^^^^^^^^^^B Mrs. 22a; Robert, 217 (3), 21S (2), 

James, 234. ^J 



Utica, Bishop^lect o^ Henry Howard, 

Vaghah, Thomas, 239. 
du Val, Louis, 325. 
Valence, Bishop of, 242. 
Vaughan, Capt Thomas, 343. 

de Vauvray, [ ], 204. 

Verdun, John, 326, 328. 

Wachof, Col., 238. 
Wait, Leonard, 32a 
Waldegrave, Richard, 221 ; Sir William, 

Walden, Joseph, 2201 
Walkinshaw of Burrowfield, Sir John, 

192, 232 (2). 

Wallace, CoL, 241 ; Sir [ ^1 34a 

Walle of Johnstown, &mily o^ 310; 

Francis Balthazar, 3ia 
Walmesley, Charles, 331. 
Walsh, Richard, 23a 
Wanton, Eleanor, 210; Maurice, 21a 
de Ward Barry. See Barry. 
Waterford and lismore. Bishop of: 

Sylvester Louis Lloyd, 339^ 
Waters, George, 197, 334 ; John, 197. 
Webb, Lovell, 32a 

Welsh, Capt Philip, 33a 

Weston, William, 221. 

Wharton, Philip, Duke of, 193, 333. 

White, Wbyte, Capt Andrew, 343; 

Countess of Alby, etc, Charlotte, 207 ; 

Father Dominiclc, 195, 216; George, 

339, 242; James, 211 ; John, 231 ; Sir 

Ignatius, 206, 207. 
Wigtoon, James, Earl of, 248; John, 

Earl 0^ 24a 
Wilkie of Edinburgh, [ 1 M9 i John, 


Williams, Christopher, 319 ; Thomas 

Dominiclc, 337. 
Wilson, James, 239. 
Wtham, Dr. George, 336. 
Wivell, Thomas, 319. 
Wogan, Sir Charles, 344. 
Wood, Lawrence, 322. 
Woodhouse, John Thomas, 333. 
Wray, Capt, 34a 

York, Duke o( 24S (s)* 
— Lawrence William, 331. 

ZOUCHB, family of, 195. 
de la Lande, Sieur, 195. 

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